Marin may soon join a small but growing number of counties to adopt a state law allowing courts to order some who suffer from mental illness into outpatient treatment. 

Currently treatment for mental illness can only be mandated for individuals found to be an immediate danger to themselves or others. However, an opt-in law passed . . .

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