House bullying law a perfect example of an overreach
The Minnesota House’s unfortunate decision to support a new law regulating how school districts monitor and suppress bullying among students is a near-perfect example of legislative overreaching. It is the kind of law that will produce no practical results but will be a burden on all who are forced to administer it. Its only advantage is that it makes some lawmakers look like they’re “doing something.”
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