Bob Edwards Talks With Allen Proctor,

former Executive Director of the New York Financial Control Board, about the problems the District of Columbia Financial Control Board has had during its first year-and-a-half of existence. Procter says the D.C. Board is being asked to make decisions about financial priorities that are political in nature and should be decided by the Mayor and City Council.



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