California Threatens Disaster Funding of County That Voted to Reopen

by Eric Quintanar
Daily Wire

Several hours after Tulare County voted 3-2 in favor of allowing businesses to reopen ahead of the state public health guidelines, the California Office of Emergency Services threatened to pull millions of dollars in disaster funding for defying the governor.

In a letter sent Tuesday evening, the office said that Tulare County’s actions were endangering public health and could signal that disaster funding was no longer required, reports The Visalia Times Delta.

“These problematic and concerning actions jeopardize public health and safety, not only within the county, but beyond, through community contact and spread,” said the governor’s office of emergency services in the letter.

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