PAUL YOUNG   City News Service RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Riverside County supervisors today approved the establishment of an assistance program that will provide $45 million in grants to help small businesses cover overhead and other costs resulting from the public health orders that shut them down amid the coronavirus emergency. ``We have to take what we can get and give it out as quickly as we can,'' Supervisor Karen Spiegel said ahead of the 5-0 vote in favor of the Small Business Assistance Grant Program, which relies on an allotment from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief & Economic Security -- CARES -- Act signed into law by President Donald Trump in March. The county received a total $431,091,226 in CARES funding, and the business assistance program is a permissible expense as
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