The Texas attorney general is challenging some of the expenses charged by the foundation created to support the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas.
In a letter Monday, the state’s top lawyer disallowed $149,316, including more than $84,000 in retainers for Jennifer Stevens’ JHL Company, which managed CPRIT Foundation, as well as money for lawyers, a lobbyist and a public relations consultant.
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