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The Washington Supreme Court, interpreting two Washington laws – the neurodevelopmental therapies mandate, RCW 48.44.450, and the mental health parity act, RCW 48.44.341 – has ruled that blanket exclusions of neurodevelopmental therapies (“NDT”) in health insurance contracts were “void and unenforceable.”

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