Reshaping the anti-bullying law in Minnesota
Published 07/19/2012, Star Tribune (Minneapolis)
Minnesota needs an anti-bullying law that supports victims, calls for constructive discipline and teaches children and adults alike to recognize and stop the behavior, according to a preliminary report by a gubernatorial committee. Last fall, national watchdog group Bully Police USA gave the state a C-minus, the lowest grade of the 47 states that have anti-such laws.Word count: 569
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