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December 23, 2015 4:00 PM

Joe Mathews: California should lead the world in accepting refugees

Since San Bernardino attacks, residents and leaders have shown too much ignorance and cowardice

California has been defined by its readiness to integrate people escaping horrors

State should step up again and accommodate 500,000 refugees from Syria and other places

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