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October 22, 2009 12:00 AM

Mental health efforts should help jail

One puzzle piece for helping reduce the population at the Sedgwick County Jail is finally in place. The city of Wichita began operating the state's first mental health court this month — though it will take a while before it has a significant impact.

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