After discovering that bullying is a problem in schools across the state, Colorado Attorney General Ken Salazar said Nov. 16 that he will lobby legislators to pay for programs to stop bullies next year.

Salazar and violence expert Delbert Elliott met with students in each of Colorado's 63 counties this year to discuss bullying and other problems, including drug use. He said he wants schools to take a closer look at those problems to prevent violence.


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