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Bay Curious Breaks Down Prop. 1

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A voter seen dropping off a ballot.
A voter drops off a ballot at the City Hall Voting Center in San Francisco on Election Day, Nov. 8, 2022. Growing anxiety over rising inflation and increased homelessness led to voters nationwide approving ballot measures that sought to curb rent hikes and to enable the construction of affordable housing. (Beth LaBerge/KQED)

The California primary is coming up, and ballots have been sent out! Today, our friends at Bay Curious break down Proposition 1.

Prop. 1 asks two big questions: Should mental health funding be used for housing? And should California borrow money to build more housing and treatment facilities?



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