Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels is defending the state against accusations it intentionally misled people about $300 million dollars in tax money that had been missing.
Democrats are calling for an independent audit, and say someone should be held accountable.
In a one-on-one interview with WSBT, Daniels says an internal audit group found the money and then the State Board of Accounts investigated.
Daniels says the programmers that caused the error in 2006 were already fired for other reasons.
He also says investigators made sure the problem was fixed and that there is no other misplaced money.
“Having done that, please don't ask me to be upset that our state is even a little safer against fiscal catastrophe,” he said.
Daniels is also now officially in support of Right to Work Legislation that the state legislature is expected to take up next year. Indiana could become the 23rd state to ban businesses and unions from requiring workers to pay union dues or other labor fees.