California's Sheriff-Coroner Offices Have a Glaring Conflict of Interest
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One of the few things I remember from college Psychology 101 was Maslow's pyramid-shaped "Hierarchy of Needs." If we're destitute, we spend all our time trying to meet our physiological needs for food and shelter. With those needs met, we then worry about safety. After feeling safe, we move up the pyramid toward the narrower goals of love and belonging, esteem and then self-actualization. Bottom line: You're not going to spend much time worrying about lofty goals when you're scrounging your next...

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