CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) — A legislative audit of the West Virginia Department of Agriculture has uncovered poor record keeping, questionable reimbursements and other issues with a loan program that may have cost the state hundreds of thousands of dollars during the tenure of former Agriculture Commissioner Gus Douglass, according to findings released Monday.

The report released Monday by the Legislative Auditor’s Office also said poor record keeping made it impossible to track the accuracy of a $4 million outstanding balance in the Rural Rehabilitation Loan program.

Read more: Logan Banner, February 13, 2014.

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