MT: State health employees fired after giving data to lawmakers

AP reports:

Montana health officials have fired two employees for providing the Social Security numbers and other personal information of 185 childcare providers to three state legislators.

The Associated Press obtained copies of letters mailed to the Republican lawmakers from Department of Public Health and Human Services director Richard Opper asking them to destroy the information and provide a list of other sensitive information given to them by the former state workers last fall.

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