by December 19, 2021
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California Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom plans to spend $300 million starting in January as part of a new policy to aid small businesses and law enforcement affected by high-profile smash and grab thefts. Newsom plans to add the noted amount to the existing California budget, according to the New York Post. The spending proposal will include $255 million to implement law enforcement at stores, $18 million for a new organized "theft unit," and $20 million for businesses affected by thefts. "The r...