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Bully bill concerns

March 14, 2014

The Legislature is working on a beefed-up anti-bullying bill for the second year in a ro....

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Petercakes

Mar-14-14 7:46 AM

Safe and Supportive Schools Act," is a dangerous bill. It is painted under the umbrella of "anti bulling" but not that at all. You should investigate this bill and write your representatives urging them to vote no. This agin removes the power from the hands of teachers and local officials and school boards to govern their situation. Even parents are left out of the equation. This is indoctrination of your children. Read more at : ***********americanexperiment****/publications/commentaries/anitbullying-bill-safe-check-the-hidden-agenda

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Auntydem

Mar-14-14 10:15 AM

If we should consider the assumptions of a columnist from conservative policy group Center for the American Experiment about what “schools are likely” to do because of a group supporting the bill, shouldn’t we also assume the opponents of the bill “are likely” to support life in prison (or worse) for LGBT kids, since conservative group Family Research Council lobbied against US condemnation of a bill in Uganda that does just that?

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Integrity

Mar-15-14 11:21 AM

Can you take your "party" tinted glasses off for once and read the facts of the legislation and decide if it's good for the kids? If you don't like this site, then read the information somewhere else and decide for yourself. Instead, just like actual politics, you believe that because your particular party came up with it, that it's good!

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GopherState

Mar-16-14 8:53 AM

We need a bill to protect Christians from being bullied by the LGBTQ community before we need this. It should be up to the school district as to defining what bullying is and how it is handled. Some kids need to be removed from school and some kids need to quit being so sensitive. It goes both ways, much like many in the LGBTQ community.

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