The post-Newtown change you haven’t heard about

In the year since 20 children and six adults were shot and killed in Newtown, Connecticut, attempts to reform the nation's gun laws have largely failed. But, one thing that has changed is funding for mental health care budgets.

We explore where -- and by how much -- in this Post TV segment.

Gun control may have stalled in the wake of the Newtown tragedy, but there have been big changes when it comes to mental health care budgets. (Nicki Demarco/In Play/The Washington Post)

Chris Cillizza writes “The Fix,” a politics blog for the Washington Post. He also covers the White House.

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