Anti-bully bill fails in Ill. Senate
SPRINGFIELD – A push to make Illinois schools adopt more-detailed policies to prevent bullying fell short Tuesday in the state Senate amid concerns that its real purpose was to lecture students on embracing homosexuality.
The measure fell one vote short of passage, although it could get another chance in the remaining days of the legislative session.
The bill would have required anti-bullying policies to include a definition of bullying and a statement saying it was against the law.
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