Death Leads Ga. House To OK Tougher Anti-Bully Law

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The accidental killing of a schoolgirl by the alleged victim of a bully has led to the Georgia House’s approving a tougher anti-bullying law. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution says the bill passed 118-52, despite the objections of some lawmakers who said it might make schools vulnerable to lawsuits. The measure would expand state law to cover
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