Oklahoma House kills cyberbullying bill

Rep. Lee Denney, author of House Bill 1461, said she was surprised the House defeated the anti-bullying measure 52-44. An earlier version of the bill passed the House in March with a 74-23 vote. The proposal is dead now for two years.

BY MICHAEL MCNUTT Published: May 17, 2011
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The Oklahoma House of Representatives on Monday killed a bill that would have added cyberbullying to the state’s anti-bullying laws and would have required public schools to have a bullying policy.
Rep. Lee Denney,...

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