Another phase of state auditors' wide-reaching review of Utah's homeless system has concluded.
Again, it's not complimentary — and may result in a restructuring of the state committee in charge of the system's funding.
The audit was meant to answer legislators' concerns about the overall performance of the state's homeless system and questions of which programs are effective at achieving goals or placing the homeless in housing.
But auditors from the Legislative Auditor General's Office ran into a roadblock.
Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox joins Rod at 4:35 to discuss the audit.
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