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August 14, 2014 12:45 PM

State plans 50 mental-health beds to start addressing court mandate

Gov. Jay Inslee’s administration plans to add 50 beds in the next two weeks for mentally ill patients who a court said can no longer be detained in emergency rooms while waiting for treatment at overcrowded state facilities.

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