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Students urge lawmakers to act on bullying

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Eighth grade students from the RASHI school, in Newton, took notes and wrote down questions during a State House hearing for antibullying bills. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff) Eighth grade students from the RASHI school, in Newton, took notes and wrote down questions during a State House hearing for antibullying bills.
By Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / November 18, 2009

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Students, teachers, and specialists on aggressive behavior filled a State House hearing room yesterday with personal stories about bullying at school and in cyberspace and offered opinions on several antibullying bills under consideration by lawmakers. (Full article: 677 words)

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