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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Sandy Pasch
State Rep. Sandy Pasch, the second highest ranking Democrat in the Wisconsin state Assembly, is not seeking re-election to the seat she's held since 2009.
Legislation aimed at improving Wisconsin's mental health system is nearing final approval, but one state lawmaker said the measures don't do enough to ensure that mentally ill people who might be a threat to themselves or others get the treatment they need.
Democratic state Rep. Sandy Pasch announced the signing of the bill on Tuesday.