New details in welfare scandal involving former NFL QB Brett Favre

New details in welfare scandal involving former nfl qb brett favre

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ABC News legal contributor Brian Buckmire breaks down new developments in the alleged misappropriation of millions of dollars in welfare funds in America’s poorest state.

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