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Sac Board Of Supervisors Criticized On CARES Act Spending

The Sacramento Board of Supervisors is under fire for how it's spending the remaining coronavirus relief money.

A large portion of the remaining $49.6 million of CARES Act funds will go toward health services and some will go to the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office, but critics say there are far more pressing issues in the community like rental assistance and helping small businesses struggling amid the health crisis.

Vice Chair Sue Frost says the decision made is intended to make the county's budget go further. Frost assures that any CARES Act money that goes to public safety will come back to the county's general fund, so that by next year, more people can get the financial assistance they need.

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