This year isn't shaping up to be any better for Jonathan Gruber than 2014 was.
An audit of work done for the state of Vermont by the controversial Obamacare architect found that he may have overbilled for the job.
The audit is the latest in a series of black eyes for Gruber, who in a video that came to light last year was seen talking about how the "stupidity of the American public" allowed Obamacare to be passed into law.
The Vermont audit, which cites Gruber's "inconsistencies and questionable billing practices," also faults state officials for failing to exercise sufficient oversight over the MIT economist's invoices. The audit has been referred to Vermont's Democratic attorney general, William Sorrell, who reportedly said it raises "serious questions."