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Randall Hagar

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Director of Government Affairs at the California Psychiatric Association

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After five years of federal oversight because of poor treatment of patients, state hospitals in Atascadero and San Bernardino have been released.

Is Mental Health Care on the Decline?

After five years of federal oversight because of poor treatment of patients, state hospitals in Atascadero and San Bernardino have been released.

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