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Senator Debbie Stabenow Talks About Mental Health Services Legislation

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Lawmakers are calling for new legislation to strengthen mental health services nation wide.

The bipartisan legislation will expand access to treatment, and improve the quality of care.

We talked with Senator Debbie Stabenow live from Washington D.C. about removing the stigma linked to mental illness.

 

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