Auditor finds room for improvement on Legacy funds
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.
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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