EXCLUSIVE: City vs County – threats, verbal jabs escalate over CARES Act spending, supervisor Magsig and councilman Arias debate the facts

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Threats, verbal jabs and political sparring, the Fresno county Hall of Records has become more of a venue for a UFC match over the last couple of weeks as elected officials fight over CARES Act spending. In a rare showing on Sunday Morning Matters, Fresno county supervisor Nathan Magsig and Fresno city council president Miguel Arias debate the facts over how the money has been spent and where it should go moving forward.

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