Business Briefs: Behavioral-health bill sent to Senate panel

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Posted: Wednesday, June 20, 2012 1:00 am

A bill aimed at giving more power to groups that oversee behavioral-health services in the state was sent back to an N.C. Senate committee Tuesday.

The bill has raised concerns among advocates because the new language allows oversight groups to gain even more authority than the initial bill did.

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