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Walker plans to boost mental health funding

8:53 PM, Feb. 6, 2013
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In the wake of mass shooting tragedies in Wisconsin and around the country, Gov. Scott Walker announced Wednesday that he will propose a $29 million increase in funding for mental health services as part of his upcoming budget.

Walker told the annual meeting of the Wisconsin Counties Association that his proposal was the result of discussions with mental health professionals and advocates across the state. He said he had been looking into expanding mental health services over the past year, but added that the issue took on added urgency in the wake of mass shootings in Wisconsin and ...

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