Michigan Close To Passing Anti-Bullying Law
Michigan lawmakers are pretty close to passing legislation that would require schools to put in place an anti-bullying law policy at all schools, according to WNEM. The house has already approved it, so it moves on to the senate.
Some are still against the potential policy because they feel that there will still be religious based verbal harassment since it's not included in the policy. Michigan is one of the few states that doesn't require schools to have an anti-bullying policy set in school handbooks.