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
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