Can 1A Stop the Bleeding? 

Retired teacher turned farmer Roger Smith says he's torn. He's a true blue Democrat who feels like he's supposed to support Props 1A and 1B, and he knows the state budget situation is critical. He's hesitant to "throw his lot in with…

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