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There’s an important question that normally swirls around major public projects: Does it use general fund money?

It might seem like a mundane bit of bureaucracy at first (“general fund” doesn’t do itself any favors with that name) but here’s why it’s important: The general fund is basically the city’s day-to-day budget, covering services such as library hours, parks, police officers and firefighters.

Steve Cushman, the man in charge of the $520 million Convention Center expansion financing, claims he won’t touch the city’s day-to-day budget. In the latest Fact Check TV, we explore whether that claim holds up.

View more videos at: http://nbcsandiego.com.

Fact Check TV also airs during the Friday 6 p.m. newscast on NBC 7 San Diego.

I’m the editor of VOSD. You can reach me at andrew.donohue@voiceofsandiego.org or 619.325.0526.

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