Auditor suggests legal clarity on governor use of state plane
ST. PAUL -- State law is not clear on whether Minnesota's governor can use a state airplane to travel to political events, the legislative auditor said today.
The auditor scolded Gov. Mark Dayton for taking a campaign aide with him to Bemidji and International Falls in 2012. Dayton’s office admitted that was a mistake and said it will not happen again.
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