Legislative Auditor Jim Nobles Puts Water Gremlin, MPCA Under MicroscopeAn independent fact finder will look at how the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency handled a pollution investigation.
Legislative Auditor Will Look Into MPCA's Role In Water Gremlin InvestigationThe manufacturing company released elevated levels of a toxic chemical into the air for more than 15 years. The MPCA is the regulatory agency overseeing Water Gremlin.
'We Won't Be Stonewalled': State Sen. Roger Chamberlain Calls For Water Gremlin Criminal InvestigationState Senator Roger Chamberlain is urging Ramsey County officials to investigate Water Gremlin, the White Bear Township company that was recently fined millions of dollar for pollution violations.
'Something's Broken Down': State Sen. Roger Chamberlain Calls For Water Gremlin Criminal InvestigationState Senator Roger Chamberlain is urging Ramsey County officials to investigate Water Gremlin, the White Bear Township company that was recently fined millions of dollar for pollution violations.
Legislative Auditor Reports ‘Major Failure’ By Minn. DPS To Cooperate With Data Breach InvestigationA legislative auditor is reporting a major failure by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety to cooperate with a data breach investigation.
Legacy Funds: Looking Into Complicated Process Of Which Projects Get CoveredA costly project led to finger-pointing in a small Minnesota town over a big pot of state taxpayer money. The Crane Lake Water and Sanitary District received nearly two million dollars in Legacy Funds. That's a sales tax we all pay to protect our water and parks. But when WCCO's Liz Collin looked into who decides which project gets covered, she found a complicated process and demands for a better system.
Legislative Auditor Plans Extensive MNsure ReviewMinnesota's legislative auditor says he plans to conduct a comprehensive review of the troubled launch of Minnesota's health insurance exchange. Jim Nobles told a MNsure oversight panel on Wednesday that his review will look at problems that plagued the exchange website in its early days.
MNsure CEO: Some Enrollees Need To Apply On Paper The leader of Minnesota's health insurance exchange said Wednesday that some portion of its customers won't be able to nail down coverage ahead of a March 31 federal deadline by using its troubled website, and will need to do so by filing a paper application.
Minn. Lawmaker Seeks Probe Of Data Breach At DNRA state representative has asked Minnesota's legislative auditor to investigate a data privacy breach at the Department of Natural Resources.