HB1952 Allows the state auditor to bring a civil action when local governments do not comply with audit findings regarding possible criminal activity.
Sponsor: Foster, Bill I. (156) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: Pouche, Fred (30) LR Number: 3648L.01I
Last Action: 02/17/2000 - Referred: Civil and Administrative Law (H)
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HB 1952 -- Powers of the State Auditor

Co-Sponsors:  Foster, Pouche, Schwab

This bill allows the State Auditor to make a formal complaint to
the prosecuting attorney of a county if the Auditor has reason
to believe that a county, municipality, or political subdivision
has not complied with the audit findings regarding possible
criminal activity.  If the prosecuting attorney fails to act
upon the complaint within 30 days, the Auditor may bring civil
action against the county, municipality, or political
subdivision.


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