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Neal Dudovitz

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Executive Director of Neighborhood Legal Services, which represents low-income residents

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The judiciary is California's third branch of government, but the courts now get just one percent of the total state budget.

California Courts Face Financial Starvation

The judiciary is California's third branch of government, but the courts now get just one percent of the total state budget.

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