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ADVERTISEMENT The Area's Top Political Talk Show for the 10th Year Volpe Report SUNDAY MORNINGS 10:30 AM + FOX 56 A.G. 'ONE HAND TIED BEHIND OUR BACK' Republican Pennsylvania Auditor General Tim DeFoor wants to ratchet up enforcement efforts in his office with subpoena powers. On the Volpe Report, Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on FOX56, Auditor General DeFoor makes his case for getting subpoena powers for his office and said, "as long as we don't have subpoena power, we're basically fighting with one hand tied behind our back." Mr. DeFoor pointed out that there were times in past audits where the office could not get the information it requested, or had received redacted documents, which were of no use to auditors. Issuing a subpoena could propel organizations to turnover that data. But first the subpoena power must be enacted by the General Assembly, a goal DeFoor is working on. Another one of Mr. DeFoor's goals is to make financial literacy part of the curriculum in schools. Teaching students about finance now will better prepare them for the future, according to Mr. DeFoor. Understanding how to be money smart is a major key to achieving financial success. On Tuesday, tune into FOX56 News at 10 pm for Volpe's Views as Chuck comments on the continuing crisis at the U.S. border and the lack of a plan to adjudicate 1.6 million pending asylum cases. Auditor General Tim DeFoor ADVERTISEMENT The Area's Top Political Talk Show for the 10th Year Volpe Report SUNDAY MORNINGS 10:30 AM + FOX 56 A.G. ' ONE HAND TIED BEHIND OUR BACK ' Republican Pennsylvania Auditor General Tim DeFoor wants to ratchet up enforcement efforts in his office with subpoena powers . On the Volpe Report , Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on FOX56 , Auditor General DeFoor makes his case for getting subpoena powers for his office and said , " as long as we don't have subpoena power , we're basically fighting with one hand tied behind our back . " Mr. DeFoor pointed out that there were times in past audits where the office could not get the information it requested , or had received redacted documents , which were of no use to auditors . Issuing a subpoena could propel organizations to turnover that data . But first the subpoena power must be enacted by the General Assembly , a goal DeFoor is working on . Another one of Mr. DeFoor's goals is to make financial literacy part of the curriculum in schools . Teaching students about finance now will better prepare them for the future , according to Mr. DeFoor . Understanding how to be money smart is a major key to achieving financial success . On Tuesday , tune into FOX56 News at 10 pm for Volpe's Views as Chuck comments on the continuing crisis at the U.S. border and the lack of a plan to adjudicate 1.6 million pending asylum cases . Auditor General Tim DeFoor