Politics & Government

February 4, 2013 12:56 PM

In Washington state, mental health funds sought as help falls short

It’s nothing new: horror stories about people whose mental illnesses turned them into killers; a safety net that failed to catch them; and now, politicians in Olympia, Wash., vowing to do something.

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