Bills on Bullying

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Alarmed by the rash of recent school shootings, states and school districts across the country have enacted or are considering serious anti-bullying laws and measures. Advocates defend the response as critical in an age of easily available guns, but critics claim such procedures sidestep deeper issues of dysfunctional families. We ask school officials, psychologists, a TV writer and even an actual adolescent if the movement is a prudent response to recent violence, or an avoidance of real issues? (Matt Miller guest hosts.)
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