Missouri’s low-income housing initiative is inefficient and among the costliest in the nation, State Auditor Tom Schweich said Monday while recommending changes to the program.
Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich identified about $722,000 of what he called “questionable transactions” out of $96 million in electronic card transactions in 2012 for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program.
Tom Schweich has sent a letter to Education Commissioner Chris Nicastro seeking documents related to an initiative petition affecting teacher tenure.
The Missouri Supreme Court has ruled for Gov. Jay Nixon in a budget battle with State Auditor Tom Schweich.
Jay Swearingen, a two-term House member from Kansas City, says he’ll make an official campaign announcement in October.
An analysis by Schweich’s office concluded that the Department of Revenue broke state law by implementing the driver’s license policy last December without first publishing a formal rule change.
Has Missouri Congresswoman Ann Wagner has been convinced yet that the U.S. needs to make a military strike against Syria?
The measure says auditors can examine a variety of performance criteria, including an entity’s effectiveness and results, efficiency of operation, internal controls and compliance with laws, regulations, contracts and grant agreements.
Governor Jay Nixon does not foresee parking his plane in the hangar and taking the bus, just because of a critical audit.
Auditor Tom Schweich said Missouri paid more than $170,000 to child-care providers that failed to follow through on plans to open or expand.