Ohio Auditor David Yost Auditor Forwards Findings Of Second ECOT Audit To Feds By Ohio Public Radio • May 10, 2018 Ohio Public Radio The state auditor says the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow committed fraud by inflating student participation numbers in order to continue collecting millions in taxpayer money. Yost Finds Problems With Medical Marijuana Cultivator Licensing Procedure By Ohio Public Radio • Feb 13, 2018 Ohio Public Radio Republican state Auditor David Yost says he has found problems with the process for scoring applications for medical marijuana cultivator licenses. Auditor Reviewing Cincinnati Sewer District By Jim Letizia & Associated Press • Feb 5, 2016 ohioauditor.gov Republican State Auditor David Yost plans to study the finances of Cincinnati's sewer district after it spent hundreds of millions of public dollars with little or no oversight at a time when sewer rates have risen steadily. Auditor Says It’s Too Easy For “Economic Interests” To Try To Change Constitution By Alison Holm • May 18, 2015 The proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize and regulate marijuana in Ohio has one state official calling for an overhaul of the process. Ohio Auditor Seeks Ethics Probe Of Franklin County Auditor By Jim Letizia • Aug 29, 2014 WCBE Files The State Auditor's office is asking the Ohio Ethics Commission to investigate Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo. State Auditor Releases Long-Awaited JobsOhio Report By Ohio Public Radio • Nov 21, 2013 State Auditor Dave Yost has completed his audit of the state’s non profit job creation company, JobsOhio. State Auditor Says JobsOhio Audit Will Be Ready In October By Ohio Public Radio • Sep 12, 2013 Ohio’s Auditor Dave Yost says he still wants some answers about how JobsOhio, the state’s private non-profit job creation company, is spending its money. Auditor Suggests Tracking DJFS Workers By Associated Press • Jun 13, 2013 Ohio's auditor says the state can cut down on Medicaid fraud by verifying that home health care workers are where they say they are. CCS Must Pay For State Investigators' Work By Jim Letizia • Dec 6, 2012 The Columbus City Schools will have to pay the state's cost for its investigation into allegations the district rigged attendance data.