The House today voted 234-193 to pass and send to the president for his signature bipartisan legislation to help reduce gun violence in communities. Approved by the Senate Thursday night, the AHA-supported package includes behavioral health provisions, including funding for school safety resources, school-based supportive services and expanded access to telehealth for mental and behavioral health services.  

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