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April 1, 2014 4:58 PM

Our View: Prop. 41 provides shelter, services to homeless veterans

The question California voters have to consider when contemplating Proposition 41 on the June ballot is whether $50,000 is a reasonable cost to get a homeless vet off the streets and into stable, supporting housing.

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