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August 26, 2014 9:39 PM

Renee Ellmers lends support to bipartisan mental health bill

US Rep. Tim Murphy, a Pennsylvania Republican and author of a bill to revamp mental health, came to North Carolina on Tuesday, visiting a state suffering many of the ills his legislation is meant to remedy. Efforts in the state to improve crisis treatment have not yet reduced emergency room use.

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