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Auditor finds room for improvement on Legacy funds

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Legislative Auditor has found room for improvement in how Minnesota manages hundreds of millions of dollars in Legacy Amendment funds.

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Voters approved the Legacy Amendment in 2008. It raised the state sales tax to pay for projects in four areas: the outdoors, clean water, arts and culture, and parks and trails. It has raised more than $450 million so far.

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