U.S. Congresswoman Renee Ellmers (Rep) of North Carolina and U.S. Congressman Timothy Murphy (Rep) of Pennsylvania shared their views on a bill they are backing called The Helping Families In Mental Health Crisis Act (H.R. 3717) in Washington, D.C. Currently, the bipartisan bill does not have any other North Carolina backers except Ellmers.
U.S. Congresswoman Renee Ellmers (Rep) of North Carolina and U.S. Congressman Timothy Murphy (Rep) of Pennsylvania shared their views on a bill they are backing called The Helping Families In Mental Health Crisis Act (H.R. 3717) in Washington, D.C. Currently, the bipartisan bill does not have any other North Carolina backers except Ellmers. clowenst@newsobserver.com
U.S. Congresswoman Renee Ellmers (Rep) of North Carolina and U.S. Congressman Timothy Murphy (Rep) of Pennsylvania shared their views on a bill they are backing called The Helping Families In Mental Health Crisis Act (H.R. 3717) in Washington, D.C. Currently, the bipartisan bill does not have any other North Carolina backers except Ellmers. clowenst@newsobserver.com

Renee Ellmers lends support to bipartisan mental health bill

August 26, 2014 09:39 PM

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