Audit: The people’s house needs additional security measures

The Legislaitve Auditor released a report saying security at the Minnesota State Capitol is inadequate.

Here’s the report.

The report also said Attorney General Lori Swanson’s decision to install security doors in her office. Here’s the letter Auditor James Nobles sent to Swanson’t office. Here’s a statement from Swanson spokesman Ben Wogsland:

The Legislative Auditor’s report regarding the security vulnerability assessment of Attorney General Swanson, and the installation of security doors at points of access to the Office, is attached. The report concludes (p.2) that: “We established that the doors were ordered and installed in response to a security assessment, and we found that assessment consistent with OLA’s conclusion that there are significant security vulnerabilities throughout the Capitol Complex.”

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