Youth violence prompted emotional debate April 19 in the New Hampshire state Senate, where lawmakers approved one bill aimed at making schools safer but rejected another.

Senators passed a measure that would make it harder for children and parents to sue teachers over the way they discipline their pupils. The bill, which now goes to the House, means teachers and other school employees would not be liable for harm they cause as long as they are acting...

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