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Wisconsin Assembly OKs mental health bills

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MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Assembly passed a set of bills Tuesday designed to enhance mental health care statewide, including proposals that would expand government coverage for mental health services, shore up services in underserved areas and pump more money into respite centers. The 13 bills are part of a larger package of mental health-related legislation that Republicans are crafting...

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