A panel discusses Saturday the "restorative" criminal justice and behavioral health aspects of the $44 million jail expansion behavioral health campus that would be funded with approval of the half-cent sales tax to be put before county voter this spring. From the left, panel members are Mike Brouwer, director of the re-entry program at the jail, Lawrence defense attorney Julia Butler, Jose Cornejo, Lawrence school district mental health facilitator, Clarence Lang, chair of KU African American studies, Douglas County District Court Chief Judge Peggy Kittel, and Patrick Schmitz, Bert Nash CEO. The Lawrence/Douglas County League of Women Voters' event sponsored the forum.

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