If Abraham Lincoln were alive, he would encounter several difficulties gaining admittance to the Connecticut Bar — assuming he deserved his reputation both for honesty and for ‘melancholia.’

That’s because the state’s Bar Examining Committee has re-introduced depression as one of the conditions listed on the mental health section of the bar application. Depression made the list in July 2000, but public outcry led to its removal — until now.

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