Jim Beall

California State Assembly

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Democratic Assemblyman, representing California's 24th District (San Jose area)

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A  report  by California Watch has raised questions about the level of care for 1800 Californians with cerebral palsy, mental disabilities and severe autism.

Documented Abuse of Patients at State Institutions

A report by California Watch has raised questions about the level of care for 1800 Californians with cerebral palsy, mental disabilities and severe autism.

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