N.M. Governor Orders Tighter Oversight of Treasurer's Office

Watts, Jim
February 2006
Bond Buyer;2/23/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32325, p3
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The article focuses on the executive order signed by New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson that increases the oversight responsibilities of the Board of Finance. It requires the development of a code of ethics and conduct for the Treasurer's Office and establishes a whistleblower program. Richardson reacted to the failure of the state legislature to act on his anti-corruption proposal for the Treasure's Office.


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