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AIR DATE: March 11, 2004

  • Constance Kosuda, Legislative coordinator and treasurer for the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, Nevada
  • Kathryn Landreth, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Legal Counsel and Chair of the Southern Nevada Mental Health Coalition
  • Dr. Jonna Triggs, Agency Director for Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services and a physician
  • Sue Berna, Representative of Sensible Citizens Against Local Prison, a group that opposes building a mental health facility at Oakey and Jones, near the CCSN West Charleston campus and our studios here at KNPR. She's also a member of the Desert Inn Homeowners Association
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