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San Diego school district hopes to get back tainted funds

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With board members having left under a cloud, California's Sweetwater Union High School District has joined a lawsuit to get back millions of dollars in public funds. Two construction management firms were paid $644 million — $26 million from Sweetwater — to oversee a bond program, according to U-T San Diego. However, four out of five members of the Sweetwater board have since left office amid...

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