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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - William Holland
Gov. Pat Quinn's administration closed three health facilities in 2012 but left behind tractors and a forklift, an unidentified medical specimen and boxes full of confidential patient and employee records, an audit released Thursday said.
An auditor's report released Thursday provided new details about the Illinois Medicaid program's overpayment of $12.3 million for medical care for 2,850 people who were dead.
The agency that sets standards for Illinois law enforcement officers misspent grant money for police training and didn't keep proper records about sessions for homicide investigators and coroners, according to an auditor's report released Tuesday.
Illinois lawmakers are seeking a new audit of anti-violence spending under Gov. Pat Quinn after a review in February found "pervasive" mismanagement in an earlier program.
Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn defended his record Thursday on a troubled 2010 anti-violence program he championed, saying he moved swiftly to correct problems years before a state auditor's report raised questions about expenditures.
A scathing audit of an anti-violence program launched by Gov. Pat Quinn in 2010 has been sent to law enforcement authorities.
A Chicago violence prevention program ordered by Gov. Pat Quinn was so hastily organized and sloppily executed that state auditors questioned 40 percent of the expenditures claimed by service providers, a report released Tuesday said, prompting Republican lawmakers to call for a criminal investigation.
Holland wrote that "deeper wells are needed to collect representative samples of the groundwater flowing into the stream."
"That's a lot ... " Holland told the AP. "I die. Two years from now, somebody enrolls me in a managed-care program."