Rusty Selix

Mental Health Association in California

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Executive Director and Legislative Representative for the Mental Health Association in California

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it’s hard to forget the video of a California Highway Patrol officer beating a woman into the ground on the shoulder of Interstate 10 on July 1st of this year.

CHP Reaches $1.5M Settlement with Woman Beat by Officer

it’s hard to forget the video of a California Highway Patrol officer beating a woman into the ground on the shoulder of Interstate 10 on July 1st of this year.

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The raft of multiple shootings around the country has LA County Supervisors asking the legislature to  expand what's called "Laura's Law ."

Will Medicating the Mentally Ill Increase Public Safety?

The raft of multiple shootings around the country has LA County Supervisors asking the legislature to expand what's called "Laura's Law ."

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