"California education officials say the South Bay’s largest school district overbilled state taxpayers for reduced-cost and free meals served to students, and they want more than $350,000 paid back. "That amount covers only this school year, although the state says the problem may have gone on for years despite repeated warnings to Sweetwater Union High School District administrators..." Go here for the full article.

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