Margarita Fernandez

California State Auditor

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Chief of Public Affairs for the California State Auditor

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A  state audit  released yesterday shows that California has lost more than $8 million because of private companies that are not paying rent on state-owned land.

Audit Shows State Lands Commission Left Lease Money on the Table

A state audit released yesterday shows that California has lost more than $8 million because of private companies that are not paying rent on state-owned land.

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There's more trouble for Los Angeles County over the deaths of children from abuse and neglect, while they're under supervision by the  Department of Children and Family Services .

More Upheaval at LA's Department of Children and Family Services

There's more trouble for Los Angeles County over the deaths of children from abuse and neglect, while they're under supervision by the Department of Children and Family Services .

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