The audit on the state welfare system was one of the topics WBZ-TV political analyst Jon Keller covered Sunday on “Keller @ Large” as he sat down with State Auditor Suzanne Bump.
Gov. Deval Patrick is questioning the accuracy of a recent audit that found state welfare benefits had been paid to more than 1,100 dead people.
More than 1,000 dead people received welfare benefits in Massachusetts recently, according to a new report from the state auditor.
The Department of Early Education and Care has failed to take sufficient steps to assure sex offenders aren’t working at licensed day care centers, the state auditor said Wednesday.
A new state audit suggests the MBTA has major lapses in collecting and protecting fare box money.
Investigators say at least two big time lottery winners are bilking the state out of thousands in public benefits.
Massachusetts has spent nearly $48 million on free legal services for the poor without verifying whether those making the claims are truly indigent.
Some communities host a disproportionate share of homeless children because many of the motels used by the state for homeless families are located there.
Just a few months into her first term as state auditor, Suzanne Bump caused quite a commotion in her own office. Jon Keller is at large.
The state auditor’s office was actually audited in the last year and found to be lacking in several areas.