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Santa Barbara City Council Elections, DACA, and a New Downtown Clinic

Josh Molina, Nick Welsh, Laura Capps, and Brooke Holland on City Desk Newsmakers


Josh Molina, Nick Welsh, Laura Capps and Brooke Holland sat down with host Jerry Roberts to talk about the Santa Barbara City Council district election campaigns, what’s happening with DACA in Santa Barbara, and a new clinic downtown that provides mental-health and physical-health services to our most vulnerable population.



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