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John Oliver: It takes a shooting to 'spark political interest in mental health'

Following last week's mass shooting in Roseburg, Ore., John Oliver turned to the subject of mental health on Sunday's "Last Week Tonight."  As he noted, portraying a mentally ill person may be a great way to win an Oscar, but otherwise Americans are extremely reluctant to discuss the subject. "Perhaps...
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