Post-Dispatch — Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway will host a series of public meetings to get input from residents before beginning the years-long process of auditing St. Louis, she said Wednesday.
Post-Dispatch — Though a 2017 law earned the most attention for how it made suing for discrimination more difficult, opponents fear a lesser-known provision in the law removes whistleblower protections for state employees.
Post-Distpach OpEd by Nicole Galloway
News-Leader — The Missouri auditor’s office says Greene County Sheriff Jim Arnott called the office in early December “demanding” to know the name of a whistleblower, who alleged the county misused taxpayer resources.
Associated Press — Missouri delayed paying income tax refunds last year largely because it was short on cash, state Auditor Nicole Galloway said Monday.
Springfield News-Leader — The Greene County Commission’s decision to hire a high-powered Kansas City law firm to investigate a whistleblower’s allegations could leave county taxpayers in the dark.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch — Nicole Galloway shines out in the dark.
The Joplin Globe — Galloway said, “As a taxpayer, we want to know that each one works as it should and as taxpayers we’re getting a return on investment.”
My recent audit of Transportation Development taxing districts revealed a system of legalized self-dealing and conflicts of interest with no oversight or transparency.