A clinic that was accused of pushing bogus "pray away the gay" therapy — and is owned by former Rep. Michele Bachmann's husband — was cited by Minnesota health inspectors for failing to properly keep patient records, NBC News reported.
Inspectors going through the paperwork at the Counseling Care clinic in Lake Elmo found last month that "developmental condition" and other legally-required information was missing in the records they perused, a Minnesota Department of Human Services correction order dated March 20 states.
Marcus Bachmann said they were guilty of making "minor clerical errors."
"We are taking the necessary steps to correct them," he told NBC News in a telephone interview from Florida, where he said he and the former congresswoman "are on vacation." "We were told that compared with other facilities reviewed we did very well."