Wednesday, November 25, 2009

State auditor proposes legislative reform.

State Auditor Hector Balderas has put together two proposals that would provide penalties for those who obstruct audits and for agencies that don't turn audits in on time, link.

It looks like baby steps in the right direction making it

"... unlawful to make a false, misleading or unfounded report to the state auditor and to intentionally hinder or obstruct an audit, special audit, examination or investigation."
and then calling it a misdemeanor.

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