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Agency hands out federal cash in Alaska but does nothing to make sure it's spent properly

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An obscure federal commission has funneled $47 million to 21 towns in Alaska but is doing little to oversee how the money, which came with strings attached intended to wean the recipients off of federal dependency, was spent. In fact, instead of monitoring recipients for 40 years, the commission shreds contract paperwork outright after three years. The Denali Commission pays for fuel tanks in...

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