California Youth Authority Report A state-funded report criticizes California's treatment of juvenile convicts who need mental health care. The report finds an over-reliance on punishment and a failure to track the use of mind-altering drugs.

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Jennifer Warren
*Staff reporter for The Los Angeles Times
*Covers prisons and criminal justice out of Sacramento
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California Youth Authority Report

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A state-funded report criticizes California's treatment of juvenile convicts who need mental health care. The report finds an over-reliance on punishment and a failure to track the use of mind-altering drugs.

Guest:

Jennifer Warren
*Staff reporter for The Los Angeles Times
*Covers prisons and criminal justice out of Sacramento