“To say we are frustrated is an understatement,” stated the letter, which was sent to Dr. Anton Nigusse Bland by four supervisors — including the Board president.
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Three hours of public comment showed strong opinions on both sides — but in the end, the plethora of data proving its ineffectiveness and testimony of formerly-incarcerated young people prevailed.
Monday’s Rules Committee — made up of Supervisors Hillary Ronen, Gordon Mar, and Shamann Walton — appeared unenthused about passing the law, but it still might head to the full Board for a vote.