IRRRB blistered in state report

Jody Hauer and Jim Nobles of the Minnesota Office of Legislative Auditor testify before a Minnesota legislative commission Friday, about problems they found in the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board operations.

ST. PAUL — The Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation Board was put under a microscope of the Legislative Auditor and the result was a scathing report that calls into question how the agency handles and distributes public money, and how it doesn’t properly fulfill its mission of job creation.

In addition, the very constitutionality of how the IRRR Board operates with legislators as the decision makers may be open to a legal challenge.

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