Hidden Fees

May 2013
Santa Fe Reporter;5/15/2013, Vol. 40 Issue 20, p11
The article features Bradley McGrath, New Mexico's chief deputy secretary at the U.S. Department of Health (DOH) who is considered one of the highest paid employees of the state. He is said to be earning more than New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez, at 115,000 dollars a year. According to state records, McGrath charges his weekly meals, travel and lodging to the state. A former DOH regional director Bruce Trigg said that McGarthy's per diem payments is a clear case of corruption.


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