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Snyder Signs Bully Bill
Snyder Signs Bully Bill
Michigan became the 48th state to require schools to develop and enforce policies to protect students from harassment, intimidation and physical violence under anti-bullying legislation signed by Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday. The governor called on lawmakers to pass the legislation as part of the education reform plan he proposed in April, saying students need to feel safe in the classroom so
Governor Snyder to Sign Anti-Bullying Legislation
Governor Rick Snyder is expected to sign legislation today that will require schools to develop anti-bullying policies. The long awaited legislation was passed by the House a month ago and by the Senate on November 30th. The Governor is expected to sign the House version of the bill which does not include the highly criticized exception for bullies that held religious beliefs or moral convictions.