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Kuehl, Shriver square off in L.A. County supervisor race debate
Kuehl, Shriver square off in L.A. County supervisor race debate

Sheila Kuehl and Bobby Shriver came out swinging and sought to draw policy contrasts Tuesday night in the first major debate of the November runoff campaign to fill a Westside-San Fernando Valley seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. The candidates, appearing at UCLA, sparred on a number of hot-button issues including how best to spur the economy and manage the county's 100,000-employee workforce, as well as whether it makes sense to consider any adjustment to a controversial Westside subway route under Beverly Hills High School. Kuehl and Shriver, seeking to replace longtime Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, disagreed on using tax credits to attract and keep businesses....

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