Rural Colorado hospitals fear veto of mental health bill

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Rural Colorado hospitals fear veto of mental health bill

Would address legal conflict over holding patients
Gov. John Hickenlooper is weighing legislation that would address a problem faced by Colorado hospitals, especially in rural parts of the state, that are required to treat patients experiencing a mental health crisis, but in many cases are prohibited from holding those patients.

Rural Colorado hospitals fear veto of mental health bill

Gov. John Hickenlooper is weighing legislation that would address a problem faced by Colorado hospitals, especially in rural parts of the state, that are required to treat patients experiencing a mental health crisis, but in many cases are prohibited from holding those patients.
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