A recent draft of a report from the Vermont state auditor's office has called into question the way the state treasurer's office reports expenses, documents investment reports, and handles cash disbursments.

The report, submitted to the speaker of the state House of Representatives, president of the state Senate, and the General Assembly as a whole on March 24, stemmed from an annual audit of all state-related fundings. The final report, due next month, is consistent with the current draft, said Alexander Acebo, state auditor of accounts.

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