State Parks Director Sue Black facing more allegations of wrongdoing

State Parks Director Sue Black is under investigation for the fourth time. The latest involves allegations her agency illegally destroyed Native American and other archaeological sites to rush the construction of attractions that would bring in money for the state. She has also faced allegations of creating a hostile workplace, using racial slurs and coercing state parks employees to work for free. We hear more from Arizona Republic reporter Craig Harris, who has been reporting on Black.

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