Patients with mental illness are being detained in emergency rooms, often for weeks at a time. Now some states are rethinking the entire psychiatric care system.
Most Southern states have refused for years to make more people eligible for government health care. But a few governors may change that.
Critics and supporters predicted that the federal health law would have a huge impact on the time it takes to see a doctor. Turns out they were both wrong.
The rate has increased in every state in the last decade, yet few are doing much to prevent it.