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Human Rights Commission talks bullying

Posted: Tuesday, December 11, 2012 8:16 am

The Murray Human Rights Commission met Monday and discussed creating an anti-bullying ordinance to propose to the city council.

Mayor Bill Wells said the commission does not have a specific timeline in mind for passing an ordinance, and that City Attorney Warren Hopkins is continuing to review the proposal to make sure it would be enforceable if passed. Wells said an ordinance would intend to discourage bullying, but would not attempt to dictate to local schools what their related policies should be.

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