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How Much Access Should The Mentally Ill Have To Regulated Guns?
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February 11, 2013
Mental health has played a significant role in the gun control debate over the last several months. Governor Martin O’Malley’s proposed gun control legislation, which had its first committee hearing last week, includes new mental health provisions. How does it handle the gun rights of the mentally ill?
Sheilah talks about it with state Health Secretary Joshua Sharfstein.
You can find out more about the governor's gun control proposal here. The "fiscal and policy note" has a summary of the legislation.
And, here's a link to the task force that looked at access to regulated guns by the mentally ill.