LANSING (WKZO) -- Legislation is now before the state Senate to add cyberbullying to the state's anti-bullying law already on the books. The measure passed the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday and adds harassment over the Internet to the list of things schools have to watch and plan for. Michigan's current law passed in 2011 and required schools to set up policies to protect students from bullies.
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