Mike Gipson

Carson City Councilman

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Carson City Councilman, co-author of a bill to outlaw bullying

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A state audit released today reveals that when University of California schools admit out-of-state students, it puts California kids at a disadvantage.

UC Schools Lowered Standards to Attract Out-of-State Students

A state audit released today reveals that when University of California schools admit out-of-state students, it puts California kids at a disadvantage.

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Bullying is a problem usually left for parents, teachers and schoolyard justice to solve. Now the City of Carson wants to take it to court.

Criminalizing Bullying

Bullying is a problem usually left for parents, teachers and schoolyard justice to solve. Now the City of Carson wants to take it to court.

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