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New Jersey Panels Approve Country's Toughest Anti-Bullying Bill


The New Jersey Senate and Assembly Education Committees passed a bill yesterday that, if passed by the full Assembly and Senate, will become the nation's toughest anti-bully law.

"This law would require anti-bullying programs in all public schools and training for staff."

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  1. Wow, I like how the LEAST that should be done in a competent anti-bullying program is hailed as the toughest anti-bullying program.

    Oh America, you have made barbarism into such a strange thing.

    Posted by: Fenrox | Nov 16, 2010 11:25:48 AM

  2. But would the republican governor sign it?

    Posted by: Mike C. | Nov 16, 2010 11:50:13 AM

  3. "But would the republican governor sign it?"

    You mean Governor "I want to be the next Sarah Palin so I'm already floating White House trial balloons to see if I can make it from 1-term governor to President" Christie.

    My guess is that he'll veto it. Regardless of his personal feelings, he has demonstrated he is a party loyalist and will do anything the GOP says.

    Posted by: X | Nov 16, 2010 2:15:57 PM

  4. The GOP will shoot this down as being too invasive and restricting their person's rights to bully.

    Posted by: darkmoonman | Nov 17, 2010 12:48:19 PM

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