S.426 Passes House Judiciary Subcommittee

April 30th, 2015 Posted by Advocacy, Media, News Commentary 0 thoughts on “S.426 Passes House Judiciary Subcommittee”

April 30th, 2015

Today gives us exciting news as the Mental Health Court Program Act pass the SC House Judiciary Subcommittee! This is another important step for this crucial bill as it moves through the SC House!

From Senator Vincent Sheheen:

Many thanks to the Judiciary Subcommittee in the SC House of Representatives for unanimously passing out our mental health court bill this morning! Good things happen when we work together.

Paton Blough and Rehinge are excited as we continue to push forward with this bill.

I’m so proud to work with true leaders like Vincent Sheheen — who met with me (remember I’m one heck of a passionate, bipolar man who kept pushing the envelope) AND continued to work with me and others on pushing this mental health court bill. Vincent, you follow through with what you say – I thank you and so do the people that this will help save!!!

Remember, you can help push the passing of the S.426 as well! Please contact you House Representatives and let them know that you want the Mental Health Court Program Act to pass! You can find contact information and a template letter/speech by clicking here.

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