“I am hopeful that in the future the issuance of a subpoena will not be necessary for my office to do its job protecting taxpayers,” Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway said in a statement after receiving requested documents from the Department of Revenue. She had been trying to get the department to turn over the documents for six weeks before deciding to issue a subpoena Wednesday.
“I am hopeful that in the future the issuance of a subpoena will not be necessary for my office to do its job protecting taxpayers,” Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway said in a statement after receiving requested documents from the Department of Revenue. She had been trying to get the department to turn over the documents for six weeks before deciding to issue a subpoena Wednesday. File photo by Jason Hancock jhancock@kcstar.com
“I am hopeful that in the future the issuance of a subpoena will not be necessary for my office to do its job protecting taxpayers,” Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway said in a statement after receiving requested documents from the Department of Revenue. She had been trying to get the department to turn over the documents for six weeks before deciding to issue a subpoena Wednesday. File photo by Jason Hancock jhancock@kcstar.com

After getting subpoena, Greitens administration turns over documents to Missouri auditor

April 20, 2017 05:20 PM

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