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California Considers: Policy Deliberations for our Long-term Success

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Conducted in partnership with CDDRL's Deliberative Democracy Lab and the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy, key findings show strong support for the state to provide universal mental healthcare, institute a strengthened high school civics course, develop a “one-stop-shop” for easier access to government programs, reform for the state’s CEQA law, and increase its support for K-12 education, among others.

Detailed Results and Additional Coverage

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California Considers: Policy Deliberations for our Long-term Success

Briefing Materials

In advance of the Deliberative Poll, participants received a set of briefing materials providing extensive background on the topics for discussion, including proposals for addressing current and future challenges facing California. 

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