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May 27, 2014 4:23 PM

Our View: Mentally ill people must be treated, like it or not

Our intent is not to demonize the mentally ill; we must not assume they are violent. But study after study and incident after incident has shown that, left untreated, people with certain forms of mental illness are more dangerous to themselves and to society than others.

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