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Bad law on bullying

April 29, 2014

To the Editor: A new statewide anti-bullying policy recently signed into law by Gov. Mark Dayton could be problematic for local school districts....

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TruthbeKnown

May-01-14 8:26 AM

Again bob is trying to tell us something is good or bad. Why not tell us about the bills you have introduced to help your district and what else you have accomplished in St Paul. We do not elect you to interpret for us, we can read the Sentinel editorials for that. You are there to DO something--good or bad--but something.

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IronLone

Apr-29-14 11:34 AM

i was bullied alot when i was a kid, i didn't have anyone stand up for me, i had to deal with it on my own, that is why my folks signed me up for defense classes. once i was able to defend myself, the bullying stopped. i was able to be happier and enjoy my life. the problem with bullying is that it's all animalistic instinct. find the weak one and make them weaker. you give the weak person a option to become stronger and able to stand up and defend themselves the bullying stops. i understand that this doesn't correct the issue, but for me it did, granted i am not the most popular person but i turned out all right, how about instead of making up a bill that isn't going to change anything, you pay for defense classes for underprivileged and bullied students.

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upnorth

Apr-29-14 9:03 AM

I see a lot of innocent kids getting accused with this problematic law.

Let alone who is going to pay for it.

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