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Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: Cumberland County 5A
Auditor General's latest
When PA's Auditor General announced the results of his PGC audit earlier this year, with his opinions of mismanagement, such as when he pronounced there to be an excessive amount of money in the game fund - some expressed the view that he'd pulled numbers out of thin air, not understanding how PGC hsa to account for their money.
Others pounced on his findings, as proof that PGC doesn't know what they're doing with their finances.
Now there's this: He has conducted a "special audit" on the costs of not taking Climate Change seriously, in his opinion.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — Pennsylvania’s auditor general is calling on state officials and lawmakers to take a proactive approach in dealing with climate change.
The auditor general’s office released a special report Wednesday, “Climate Crisis: The Rising Cost of Inaction.”
The report says severe weather is costing Pennsylvania hundreds of millions of dollars every year, including $261 million in 2018. Nearly half of that amount, $125.7 million, was in infrastructure damage caused by record-breaking floods and landslides.
Bear in mind that he is running for Congress next year, against Republican incumbent Scott Perry. Many of us were of the opinion that his audits are a means of attracting attention to him and primarily used as political fodder for that run. Much like the one he did on PGC.
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