Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Bi-partisan N.J. anti-bullying legislation moves toward State Senate floor vote (New Jersey) November 15, 2010

"Bipartisan legislation designed to end bullying in New Jersey schools and colleges was approved by the education committees of the Senate and Assembly on Monday, setting the measure up for a floor vote by the upper house.

The many facetted proposal is expected to gain overwhelming support in both houses and the approval of Gov. Chris Christie. In addition to the two main sponsors in the Senate, the bill has 26 co-sponsors; more than two-thirds of the entire upper house has put their name on the bill. A strong majority of Assembly members also are ready to support the bill." Read More

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