Supervisors facing years of scrutiny over their handling of a discretionary fund have failed to adequately reform a spending practice involving hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars each year, according to a grand jury report released early last week.

The report, made public last Monday after a three-month investigation by the Marin County Civil Grand Jury . . .

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