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Shasta County Sheriff Eric Magrini explains why he doesn’t want to cite those defying covid-19 orders 05-14-2020

Published May 15, 2020

As Shasta County's top law enforcer, Sheriff Eric Magrini's preference for "education" over citing people and businesses who defy the state's coronavirus stay-home order has stirred a debate — especially after a controversial rodeo in Cottonwood that officials said nearly cost the county its OK to start opening some of the economy.

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