Mental Health Trust violated law, audit asserts

 


ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority violated several state laws, according to a special audit.

The Alaska Division of Legislative Audit released a report Tuesday that said the Trust Authority violated state statutes by investing $44.4 million in commercial real estate, and the trust's board violated the Opening Meetings Act and the Alaska Executive Branch Ethics Act by purposely trying to keep board issues out of the public eye, Alaska Public Media reported.

The trust authority was established to fund services for people with mental illnesses, developmental d...



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