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April 05. 2013 11:49AM

Concord Monitor reporter explores issue observing her own mental health issues

The New Hampshire House passed Governor Maggie Hassan?s $11 billion budget this week, including $28 million to fix the state?s mental healthcare system. While reporting on the story for the Concord Monitor, Annemarie Timmins noted a study that said ?26 percent of the state?s adults, more than 253,500 people, have a mental illness.? Readers were stunned. But Timmins wasn?t. And she responded by writing a column called, ?I?m One of the 26 Percent With Mental Illness.?

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