On Monday, the Boston Globe reported that "payroll records for an entire 140-trooper State Police division have been hidden from public view and weren't filed with the state comptroller for several years."
That's $32.5 million in spending, according to the Globe.
"Of course that data should be there, all the data should be there," said Gov. Charlie Baker. "And I give kudos to the Globe for figuring this out."
This segment aired on March 26, 2018.
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