Sheila Schuster of the Kentucky Mental Health Coalition testified before the House Health and Welfare Committee on Jan. 14, 2016, in favor of a bill that would let some mentally ill Kentuckians be ordered by judges into outpatient medical treatment.
Sheila Schuster of the Kentucky Mental Health Coalition testified before the House Health and Welfare Committee on Jan. 14, 2016, in favor of a bill that would let some mentally ill Kentuckians be ordered by judges into outpatient medical treatment. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com
Sheila Schuster of the Kentucky Mental Health Coalition testified before the House Health and Welfare Committee on Jan. 14, 2016, in favor of a bill that would let some mentally ill Kentuckians be ordered by judges into outpatient medical treatment. John Cheves jcheves@herald-leader.com

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