While fraud is happening in the state's Child Care Assistance Program, it is unclear how much, and there's no evidence the subsidies are going to terrorists, Minnesota's legislative auditor said Wednesday.

The agency began investigating the program, which helps low-income families afford child care, after Fox 9 news stories last year raised questions of wrongdoing, claiming fraud topped $100 million annually.

The coverage included a former Department of Human Services employee alleging child care aid subsidies were funding terror groups overseas.

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