Minnesota's Legacy Amendment spending reports fall short of comprehensive
A quarter of the $456 million allocated in the first two years of the Legacy Amendment is not listed on the state website that's supposed to be the primary resource for displaying where and how the tax money is spent. And while the site lists broad programs that received money, details are often lacking about which groups or projects received grants and whether the work was finished.Word count: 688
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