Eddie Glade, an assistant at Willmar Public Library, uses a digital microfilm reader/printer that was obtained recently through the art and culture header of the legacy funding program. The state auditor released two audits Wednesday on how up to $300 million a year is spent from legacy funds, money raised by a three-eighths of a percent sales tax increase voters approved in 2008. Tribune photo by Ron Adams
Auditors say MInnesota's legacy funding needs to be monitored
ST. PAUL -- A new method of funding Minnesota outdoors and arts programs needs better oversight, the Minnesota legislative auditor warns.
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