Why is Michigan’s former state treasurer collecting a salary after his resignation?
More than two months ago, former State Treasurer Andy Dillon resigned, clouded in controversy.
Today, word leaked out that Dillon is still on the state payroll – and has been since November 1 – still pulling down his full salary of $174,204 for training his successor, Kevin Clinton.
Zoe Clark, co-host of Michigan Radio's It's Just Politics joins us to talk about the controversy, along with Lester Graham of Michigan Watch.
Listen to the full interview above.