California's Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans has recommended $228 billion in reparations for those affected by the war on drugs, specifically targeting economically deprived areas.

The final report, to be submitted on June 29, along with the additional suggested measures, such as affirmative action, abolishing the death penalty, restoring voting rights, free college tuition, and universal healthcare will be discussed by lawmakers, reported

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