Nevada auditors say horse group kept sloppy books
CARSON CITY (AP) — A wild horse group that receives money from special Nevada license plates kept sloppy records of their expenses and in some cases fabricated spending to balance its books, legislative auditors said. The Las Vegas Sun reports the group Horse Power couldn’t show that all its money was spent solely for the benefit of wild mustangs and burros. But a Horse Power executive told the Legislative Commission on Special License Plates ...
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