Election 2022
Voter Guide for California’s June 7 Primary

Today’s Top Story

Daytime in San Francisco's Civic Center Plaza, with the monolithic Bill Graham Auditorium (a block-long, maybe two-story building with a cement brick face) as the backdrop. A man strides between the trunks of two trees, his long shadow falling behind him on one of them, toward two figures lying on the sidewalk, at the edge of a green lawn.
Newsom's 'CARE Court' Faces Foe: Shortage of Treatment Beds, Housing
As Gov. Gavin Newsom's CARE Court proposal nears a crucial Senate vote, questions remain about whether the state's mental health care industry has the workforce, treatment beds and housing needed to sustain the effort.
Sponsored