Disappointed one is not already underway.
A group of state representatives is renewing a call for a public audit of the Emergency Medical Services Authority, a public trust that provides ambulance service to more than one million people statewide. State Representative Sean Roberts of Hominy says a public audit is critical and he is disappointed that one is not already in the works. State Representative Eric Proctor of Tulsa says an audit should take place in a timely manner that is both open and accessible to the public. State Representative Josh Cockfort of Tecumseh says the public deserves to know where their tax dollars are going and Representative Seneca Scott of Tulsa says a public audit is needed to learn if there are serious problems with how EMSA is conducting itself.