Vague Anti-bullying Laws Have Unintended Negative Consequences

By December 1, 2010

Read Massachusetts attorney Gregory C. Keating’s op-ed in today’s Boston Globe on how the "unworkably broad definition of bullying" in the state’s new anti-bullying law, "while well-intended, is fraught with problems and has already led to unintended and unfortunate consequences."

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