A division of the D.C. Public School overspent its budget by more than 8 percent in 2013, according to an audit by the Office of the District of Columbia Auditor.Read More →
Since 2010, the North Dakota University System has violated state open records and open meetings laws 17 times, according to records from the North Dakota Attorney General’s office. Now Interim Chancellor Larry Skogen is crying foul on some of those requests, saying they’re politically motivated.Read More →
The administration of Mississippi’s property tax system was given a grade of C by a Washington think tank.Read More →
Richard Kelsey, an assistant dean at George Mason University School of Law, wasn’t caught off guard when he read the Washington Post report that Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s chief of staff offered a job for then-state Sen. Phil Puckett’s daughter if the lawmaker stayed in office to keep Democratic control of the Senate.Read More →
By Mark Lisheron | Watchdog.org
As Meg Kissinger found out Monday, it’s a much different world than the one she lived in when she went to work for her first newspaper 35 years ago.
Unless you live in Milwaukee or served on the dozens of panels who have showered awards on her, you wouldn’t know the reporter […]
Gov. Chris Christie’s attempt to flout state travel rules will be contested in New Jersey appeals court. The case pits the governor’s power versus transparency in government – a cause Christie once championed.Read More →