Senate to vote on anti-bullying bill

Wareham, Hannah Clay
March 2010
Bay Windows;3/11/2010, Vol. 28 Issue 13, p1
The article focuses on the anti-bullying bill S.2283 also known as the "Ami-Bullying Bill" which is reported to be voted in the Massachusetts State Senate to prevent bullying and cyber-bullying by developing anti-bullying programs and raising the level of accountability of school adults in the U.S.


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