William Arroyo

Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

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Medical Director of the Child, Youth and Family Administration for the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health

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In 2004, voters passed  Proposition 63 , a one percent tax on  Californians who earn more than a million dollars a year.

The Challenge of Mental Illness

In 2004, voters passed Proposition 63 , a one percent tax on  Californians who earn more than a million dollars a year.

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