South Carolina’s tab for handling the hacking of millions of taxpayer's personal information is approaching $20 million.
Officials haven't said how they will pay for it.
Gov. Nikki Haley's spokesman said she is consulting with the chairmen of the house and senate budget-writing committees.
Most of the money is owed to the company Experian for free credit checks for taxpayers.
S.C. runs $20 million bill for handling hacking issue
Man shot to death in shopping center parking lot, police say
Police obtain warrant for shooting death suspect
Man killed after losing control of car when speeding around curve, police say
Reports: Comey knew Clinton email info was fake, created by Russia