The Pennsylvania Supreme Court got around having to rule whether or not the Auditor General has the power to audit how the Pennsylvania legislature spends the $300 million dollars it drains from the public treasury every year in order to operate.Â It did this by ruling the plaintiff didn’t have standing to sue the Auditor General.
Personally, I think the Auditor General should have the power to audit legislators.Â Whether or not the law allows this is not a matter I’ve investigated, but it ought to. Â Good luck getting legislators to hold themselves accountable though.
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HNY Sebastian! More of the same shit . Did you see our “Darlin’ Arlen” still has not accounted for, something like, $100,000+ in contributions?
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