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About Half Of Mass. Quasi-Public Agencies Fail To Report Spending11:28
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Quasi government agencies in Massachusetts provide public services and receive state financial support but operate with less accountability than traditional state offices. After the passage of a 2010 transparency law, these agencies have been required to provide their financial records for the State to post online.

But, a Boston Globe report has found that 19 of quasi-public agencies have not disclosed financial data for at least one of the past three years.

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Mike Bello, deputy city editor at The Boston Globe. He tweets @thebelloblotter.

This segment aired on May 1, 2018.

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