WASHINGTON (CNN) - In the wake of the Arizona shooting, the co-founders of the Congressional Mental Health Caucus want to make sure those who suffer from mental illnesses are able to receive the help they want or need.
Democratic Rep. Grace Napolitano of California and Republican Pennsylvania Rep. Tim Murphy, who founded the caucus in 2003, both acknowledged Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union" that more education and action is needed to improve the response to mental illness in the United States.
Out of last week’s mass shooting in Tucson have emerged endless questions.
This Sunday, on a special edition of State of the Union, we’ll spend the hour searching for answers as we look at the state of mental health.
Full guest rundown, after the jump: