Minnesota Senate to debate revised bullying bill; School boards, principals back changes
ST. PAUL -- A bullying prevention bill, altered after it stalled in the Legislature last year, appears headed for a vote today in the Senate.
The Safe and Supportive Minnesota Schools Act, sponsored by state Sen. Scott Dibble, DFL-Minneapolis, is expected to be debated during a noon floor session. The bill was last in the Senate in May, when it was tabled after the threat of a Republican filibuster.
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