U.S. Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-GA), Chief Deputy Whip of the House Republican Conference and a member of the House Ways and Means Committee, took his concerns about mental health ramifications of the pandemic to the House Floor late last week and walked away with a victory. His peers agreed with his concerns, and overwhelmingly passed his legislation H.R. 2877, the Behavioral Intervention Guidelines (BIG) Act, by a vote of 323-93-2.
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