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Send it back. Some local officials don’t want stimulus money.

Counties, cities and villages in the seven-county region of Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati will get more than $900 million in federal money, according to Enquirer analysis of dollars allocated by $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan. The Enquirer asked county and city leaders how they want to spend the money.

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