Texas Disputes Claims of Health Cards

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DALLAS Assets of two Houston companies that sell health “discount cards” have been frozen after Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott accused the firms of using false advertising to deceive customers in need of insurance.

The assets were frozen through a temporary restraining order from a state district court in Austin, Texas, according to the attorney general’s office.

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