MINNEAPOLIS — A state task force says Minnesota should pass a comprehensive, strongly worded anti-bullying law.
Gov. Mark Dayton’s Task Force on the Prevention of School Bullying approved a 35-page draft report on Tuesday.
Task force co-chairman Walter Roberts tells the Star Tribune (http://bit.ly/NAcyHI ) that members will consider amendments at another meeting next week. Further revisions are likely before the report is due on Gov. Mark Dayton’s desk on Aug. 1
Minnesota currently has the shortest anti-bullying law in the nation, at 37 words. It requires only that districts have written policies in place prohibiting all forms of intimidation and bullying.