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CAPITOL IDEAS: State lawmakers return to Legislature focused on crime, costs, schools health care

The Sentinel - January 14, 2022

Kolker said that he would like to see a significant number of wraparound mental health services for adults and children funded. However, he said that $450 million is “a drop in the bucket” compared to the scope of need.

“It’s not a partisan issue,” he said. “And that’s what’s key about mental health. This is something we all can agree on.”

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