Christine Quinn in dustup over NYC finances

04/8/2008 | Washington Post, The

Christine Quinn, president of the New York City Council and widely considered to be a candidate for mayor, admitted this week that the council had appropriated funds for nonexistent groups with made-up names as part of a decades old accounting practice just recently brought to light. Quinn reportedly ordered an end to the practice, but it was continued by staffers against her wishes.

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