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WASHINGTON — As millions of Americans gain health coverage through the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion, experts say their higher rates of mental health and substance abuse disorders will be difficult to treat due to a lack of counselors and behavioral therapists who accept Medicaid patients.

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