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Demanding answers

 Earlier this month, House Republicans asked Michigan’s nonpartisan Office of the Auditor General (OAG) to audit a Whitmer administration program that offers up to $500 in rent assistance per month to people who entered the country illegally and filed a defensive asylum claim to avoid deportation. In the letter, Republicans urged the auditor general to examine eligibility determination and other processes within the program to see what safeguards are in place and whether the eligibility criteria exceed federal requirements.

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