A policy passed by the board this week formalized criteria for spending such funds on social programs. But a provision to put those expenditures on the public agenda was left off the document.
A proposal for greater public oversight of Los Angeles County supervisors' discretionary funds was quietly dropped from a policy document adopted by the board this week that formalized the criteria for some of the millions of taxpayer dollars they spend without a vote or public discussion.
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