Comments for: LePage signs anti-bullying bill, measure to prevent concussions in school sports

Posted May 22, 2012, at 11:33 a.m.

AUGUSTA | Gov. Paul LePage has signed an anti-bullying bill and a National Football League-backed measure to prevent concussions in school sports. The Republican governor on Monday put his signature to nearly two dozen bills that won final passage in the waning hours of Maine’s legislative session. The anti-bullying …

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  • They did well to pass this bullying law. We need it badly. Check out this e-book about bullying… It is set (I think) in Maine.

  • Bob

    They should have had a bulling law in the Ralph Geenleaf case .  College Athletes . 

  • fourCatssoon

    Was the Governor the first to qualify under this new law as a Bully – Yep:)

  • The Bully in Chief,

     Was a Halloween Candy Thief!


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  • Anonymous

    We have become a country of mamby pamby whiners. Toughen  up butter cup. I never promised you a rose garden.

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