Just one day after anti-bullying legislation became law in Massachusetts, New York lawmakers are trying to do the same, WTEN reports. During a press conference at the state Capitol on May 3, Senate Republicans introduced a bill that would require schools to have some sort of anti-bullying program. The bill also comes with civil penalties, such as suspension from school, or complete removal from the school environment. The legislation comes as a sigh of relief for many young victims of bullying, both online and in person. ''What happens when someone starts with these messages and stories and lies, they go...

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