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With an epidemic of mental illness on the streets, counties struggle to spend huge cash reserves

When California voters passed a tax on high-income residents in 2004, backers said it would make good on the state’s “failed promise” to help counties pay for the treatment of the mentally ill.

After nearly 15 years, Proposition 63 — the Mental Health Services Act — has steered billions of dollars…


Source: Los Angeles Times

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