County commissioners voted to give the Union County school district $5.4 million in additional capital funding.
The vote came down just hours after harsh words from the Union's board of education chairman.
He accused county leaders of using "scare tactics" and "spin doctoring" to appeal a verdict that gave the board $91 million in additional support.
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