Legislative auditors on Tuesday dug into the African American Affairs Commission, issuing a report that drew a sharp rebuke from Democrats who thought it was narrowly focused on one person with indications of a conflict of interest.
The auditors presented a report to the Legislative Post Audit Committee examining whether the African American Affairs Commission complied with key legal requirements and made appropriate expenditures in the last year.
The report, requested by Republican state Rep. Patrick Penn of Wichita, found . . .