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State Rep. Jonathan Stickland, R-Bedford, on the House floor on May 21, 2019.
 Juan Figueroa/The Texas Tribune

This session's biggest mental health bill got killed on a technicality — then resurrected

Senate Bill 10, focused on connecting children to mental health services, was knocked out of contention with a parliamentary maneuver Tuesday night but was revived as an amendment to another bill hours later. It's one of several measures the state's GOP leaders championed in the wake of the deadly shooting last year at Santa Fe High School.

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