Attorneys applying for admission to the New York State Bar would no longer be asked for details about their mental health, as they currently are, under legislation set to be introduced Monday by state Sen. Brad Hoylman, D-Manhattan.

The legislative proposal follows a meeting Saturday from the New York State Bar Association’s governing body, which voted to recommend that the state stop asking applicants about their mental health.

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