Nearly three years after a deeply disturbed man killed 26 children and adults at an elementary school in Connecticut, Congress is still struggling to reform the nation’s system for diagnosing and treating mental illness.
A major mental health overhaul bill offered in the weeks following the shootings still sits in a House committee, hamstrung by opposition from some mental health treatment experts, privacy advocates and legislators.Read More
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