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Kennedy, student leaders urge Attleboro High School seniors and juniors to vote

Student leaders and U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III urged Attleboro High School juniors and seniors Tuesday to get involved in civic affairs, including voting. The students were given the opportunity to register to vote if they were 18 years old, or pre-register if they were 16 or older. "We want your opinion to be heard," said senior Natalie Johnson, one of the organizers of the effort from a class called 2030. Read more here: … 

Kennedy: Mental health care in U.S. a 'structural disaster'

U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy wants to put a dollar figure on the amount the United States spends as a result of limited access to mental and behavioral health services, a tally of incarceration and addiction-fighting costs he says will help make the case that the money would be better spent addressing the root issue of mental health. Read more here: … 

U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III wants to bolster mental health care

U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy III touted the work of William James College during a visit on Wednesday in which he participated in a panel discussion on the future of mental health treatment. Read more: … 

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