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Federal money used for expensive dinners, lobbying

While schools struggle though a budget crisis and freeze funds, San Diego Unified spent more than $2,000 in federal money for disadvantaged students to send its superintendent to a conference in Washington, D.C. "Deputy Superintendent Chuck Morris, who approved the spending, now says charging the federal fund for the expenses was inappropriate and vowed to correct it when it was brought to his attention by late last week. Using the money to pay for Grier may have also violated federal rules that bar the funds from being used for lobbying."

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