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Homelessness, Mental Illness and Drug Addiction: Prop. 1 Takes Aim at All 3

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A wide San Francisco with a tent encampment.
A homeless encampment located on Florida St in the Mission District of San Francisco, Calif. (Brittany Hosea-Small/KQED)

Scott and Marisa

Protests over the Israel-Hamas War continue dividing Democrats, with disagreement over what the Biden Administration should do. Scott and Marisa talk about what this means as President Biden visits California this week to fundraise.

Then, Guy Marzorati joins Olivia Allen-Price, host of Bay Curious, to break down everything you need to know about Proposition 1.  It’s the only statewide ballot measure in the March primary, and it’s meant to address homelessness, drug addiction and mental illness.

Bay Curious Breaks Down Prop. 1

Transcript: Proposition 1 — Behavioral Health Funding

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