Tents from a homeless encampment line a street in downtown Los Angeles in January. The House has approved HR 2646, which would provide more care and treatment of severely mentally ill people, though it would not help them find housing.
Tents from a homeless encampment line a street in downtown Los Angeles in January. The House has approved HR 2646, which would provide more care and treatment of severely mentally ill people, though it would not help them find housing. Richard Vogel Associated Press file
Tents from a homeless encampment line a street in downtown Los Angeles in January. The House has approved HR 2646, which would provide more care and treatment of severely mentally ill people, though it would not help them find housing. Richard Vogel Associated Press file

Congress steps toward helping mentally ill people

July 11, 2016 05:22 PM

UPDATED July 11, 2016 09:37 PM

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