In their first examination of state accounting problems, California lawmakers condemned parks officials Thursday for hiding nearly $54 million from budget writers. The Sacramento Bee reports that officials from the Department of Finance and state controller's office told legislators they will install cross-checks to verify that figures for 560-plus special funds are consistent across different sets of books.
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