|Mental health-care bills pass Assembly, will move to Senate|
Rep. Rob Swearingen (R- Rhinelander) was among those in the Wisconsin Assembly who voted last week to pass a bill expanding access to mental health care and help doctors coordinate care to benefit the people of Wisconsin.
The bills came from the Speaker’s Task Force on Mental Health, a bipartisan group of 11 legislators charged with finding solutions to mental health issues around the state.
The group’s final report included more than a dozen proposals for mental health reform.“Members from both sides of the aisle came together to bolster mental
|Tuesday, November 19, 2013 3:10 PM|