Minnesota House passes anti-bullying bill

Article by: Mike Cronin, Star Tribune  The Minnesota House passed a bill aimed at toughening the state's anti-bullying law by a vote of 69-63 early Wednesday. The bill - the Safe and Supportive Schools Act - defines bullying, in part, as behavior that causes physical harm or fear of physical harm and "constitutes intentional infliction of emotional distress." "This provides a strong set of tools to create a strong local anti-bullying policy and create safe educational climates in Minnesota,...  Read More...