Politics

February 22, 2013

LePage says mental health care best remedy for gun violence

But Maine's annual spending on mental health care has dropped by $27 million since 2008.

By Kelley Bouchard kbouchard@pressherald.com
Staff Writer

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Gov. Paul LePage gestures while giving the State of the State address on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. In letters to Vice President Joe Biden and Maine's congressional delegation, Gov. LePage says mental health care is the remedy for gun violence, not gun control.

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Politics poll: LePage statement

Do you agree with Gov. LePage's statement that gun control "has little to do with firearm ownership and nearly everything to do with mental health issues?"

Yes

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