Government & Politics

February 25, 2015 6:34 PM

Missouri lawmakers to schools: Stop bullies or lose funding

News of a vicious beating of a 12-year-old autistic boy at Liberty Middle School reverberated Wednesday through the Missouri Capitol, where legislators renewed a push to require school districts to bolster policies against bullying.

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