Hundreds of injured workers temporarily received less in state benefits than they deserved because of poor record-keeping at a scandal-plagued state insurance fund, according to a memo released Monday.

The disclosure was the latest twist in the scandal surrounding the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. Republican Gov. Bob Taft released the four-year-old document at the request of The Associated Press three days after the Ohio Supreme Court narrowed the governor’s right to shield certain internal reports.