Newsom Signs Controversial Bill That Will Change California's Approach To Mental Health Care

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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.
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