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5nd t1_j1wnhun wrote

Sure but preventing people who have been involuntarily committed from having guns is not the same or even particularly similar to preventing "being near a gun when you have mental health issues"

Also, the Brenda Spencer case has nothing to do with this.


BaseballGoblinGlass3 t1_j1wnymi wrote

Getting treatment in this country is like pulling teeth. Fuck, they'll deny you inpatient treatment if you use mobility aids like a walker or wheelchair.

Most of the time, you get assigned out patient.

If you get committed, its serious.