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Jon Bauer, director, Asylum & Human Rights Clinic at the University of Connecticut School of Law Jon Bauer, director, Asylum and Human Rights Clinic at the University of Connecticut School of Law/courtesy photo

State bar examiners’ recent decision to eliminate all questions about mental health, switching instead to behavior-based questions, has made Connecticut an early leader nationwide.

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