Frustrated by their struggle to learn how two nonprofit institutes spent more than $40 million of ratepayers' money, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power commissioners voted Tuesday to cut off the institutes' funding and asked the city controller to audit the accounts, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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