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The cover story explores how the strategic use of technology can solve refugee-related problems in the international humanitarian system. A second feature spotlights why the U.S. criminal justice system is ill-equipped to improve the well-being of people with mental illness, and how supportive housing programs can help. In this issue's Commentary column, climate scientist and Southern California resident Robert Lempert reflects on his personal experience with wildfires. And the Giving column highlights three donors who have pledged a combined $1 million to support RAND's research on truth decay.

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