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Former Gov. Haley Barbour (left) and current Gov. Phil Bryant (right) are defendants in the Troupe v. Barbour case, filed on behalf of children who are not receiving mental-health care services the law entitles them to. File Photo/Trip Burns; Imani Khayyam

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Mississippi Gov: Feds Seek to Dictate Mental Health Policy

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is criticizing the U.S. Justice Department for suing the state over adult mental health services.

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Negotiations Over in Troupe v. Barbour

Mississippi's short-term inpatient care and special-treatment facilities served about 542 adolescents in fiscal-year 2015, Mississippi Department of Mental Health data show.


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