The Newtown, Conn., elementary school massacre unleashed a debate nationwide about whether enough is done to identify and treat the dangerously mentally ill.
But in Florida, advocates for the mentally ill say Newtown is unlikely to lead to even tweaks in the system, and some fear changes already under way may lead to less state funding.
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