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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Earl Hamilton
A D.C. government-funded nonprofit group entangled in a theft scam that saw a D.C. Council member go to federal prison reported receiving $25 million in a newly filed report with the Internal Revenue Service, but officials won't say how they spent all of that cash.
Earl Hamilton, senior director of finance and operations for the trust, said the organization plans to file an amended report with the IRS when outside auditors finish reviewing the trust's finances.
"The trust is under new management and new leadership," Mr. Hamilton said. "At the completion of those audits, all interested parties will have full disclosure and full details."