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As Virginia Tech reopens the building where a student killed dozens of people in April, officials take a closer look at the state’s mental health system. Join Kojo for a look at the reforms under consideration to ensure people with serious mental health issues — such as Virginia Tech gunman Seung-Hui Cho — don’t hurt themselves or others.
- Brian Moran Virginia State Delegate (D- 46th District, Alexandria); Chairman, House Democratic Caucus
- Richard Bonnie Director, University of Virginia Institute of Law, Psychiatry and Public Policy; Chairman, Virginia Supreme Court Commission on Mental Health Law Reform
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