by Sean Whaley
Nevada News Bureau

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October 17, 2012
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Two Nevada charitable groups out of compliance for special license plate funds

An annual review of funds distributed to charitable groups from the sales of special license plates has found that the University Medical Center Foundation in Las Vegas failed to provide required documentation on the use of the money, and some information that was provided was inaccurate.

A UMC spokesman said today the deficiencies are being corrected.

The review by the state Legislative Auditor has been submitted to the five lawmakers serving on the Commission on Special License Plates.

In a letter to the lawmakers dated Sept. 28, Legislative Auditor Paul Townsend said UMC was notified of the reporting requirements on …

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