Seeing Dollar Signs in San Quentin Site

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California land developers are trying to get their hands on the historic San Quentin State Prison site as a location for upscale housing and retail. NPR's Richard Gonzales reports on whether the state will sell the property or invest $250 million to renovate the decaying prison compound.



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