37 Dev. Mental Health L. 1 (2018)

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     DEVELOPMENTS IN

M!/EN TAL HEALTH LAW


    The Institute of Law, Psychiatry, & Public Policy  The University of Virginia

Volume 37, Issue 1                                     Spring 2018

                         In This Issue:

I. Article: SJ 47 Joint Subcommittee: Mental Health Initiatives
     at the 2018 General Assembly Session                    [p.1]

II. Update: Mental Health Related Bills Introduced in the
     2018 General Assembly Session                          [p.12]
     Bills Related to Mental Health That Have Survived           [p.13]
     Bills Carried Over to the 2019 Session                 [p.23]
     Bills Related to Mental Health That Did Not Survive        [p.24]

III. ILPPP Data Corner: Incidence and Characteristics of TDOs
     in Psychiatric Admissions to UVA Hospital in 2015           [p.30]

IV. Case Law Developments
     United States Supreme Court                            [p.34]
     Federal Circuit Court Decisions                        [p.35]
     State Court Decisions                                  [p.40]

V. Institute Programs                                       [p.47]




                            I. Article

    SJ 47 Joint Subcommittee: Mental Health Initiatives at the 2018
                     General Assembly Session

While the biggest headlines on health care delivery and coverage in the 2018 General
Assembly session went to Medicaid expansion (which was supported by key members of

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