Capitol Hill is depressed about mental health.

Senate insiders are telling The Hill that a mental health bill that was approved by the House likely won't get through the Senate before this year's session ends.

Despite bipartisan consensus on the central provisions of the bill, the legislation is likely to die in the upper chamber because of an attempt by some Republicans to add language on gun policy that Democrats vehemently oppose.

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