ANNAPOLIS, Md. - A Howard County lawmaker wants to make state agencies more accountable when repeated shortcomings are cited in state audits.
The measure's sponsor, Delegate Gail Bates, is holding a news conference on Tuesday to talk about the legislation.
Bates, a Republican, says too many state agencies are being cited for problems that were identified in earlier audits.
Read House Bill 843 http://mlis.state.md.us/2012rs/billfile/HB0843.htm
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