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SAN DIEGO — San Diego County supervisors Nathan Fletcher and Dianne Jacob are proposing a $34 million stimulus package to help local businesses.

Fletcher and Jacob are proposing to fund the Economic and Humanitarian Stimulus Package from federal CARES Act funding. It would also be used for more behavioral health and child welfare services.

The proposal includes $17 million for restaurants and small businesses, $15 million for behavioral health services and $2 million for child welfare services.

The supervisors plan to present their proposal to the full Board of Supervisors at its meeting on Tuesday.