Not many residents of this region are really familiar with an agency known as SANDAG, or The San Diego Association of Governments. It deals in billions of dollars on behalf of the county and its 18 cities. When it took a proposed TransNet tax hike to the voters last November, the numbers forecasting the proceeds were way off by a few billion dollars. Something SANDAG's staffers knew going in, but say they were told to divert -- if not delete -- that kind of information. Andrew Keatts, reporter for our media partner, Voice of San Diego, and Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, discuss.
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