OPEN MINDS On-Line News A four-year effort in the State of New York to build a program of Special Needs Plans (SNPs) for adults with mental illness hit a roadblock when state lawmakers failed to come to an agreement on authorization language that would allow the program to continue beyond June 30, 2000. Bill number A1121, which would amend the mental hygiene law to authorize the establishment of special needs plans, was passed by the New York Assembly on June 13, 2000 but the Senate failed to pass the law before it recessed . . .
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