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Newsom Sees Prop. 1 As A Chance to Finally Meet the Needs of Mentally Ill Californians

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Gov. Gavin Newsom poses with KQED reporters Marisa Lagos and Scott Shafer in the Sacramento KQED offices on Feb. 28, 2024 (Beth LaBerge/KQED)

Days before the Super Tuesday primary, Governor Gavin Newsom joins Marisa Lagos and Scott Shafer to talk about his ballot measure to build mental health treatment facilities and how he thinks the state should be handling retail theft.

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