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>NC Step Closer to Passing Anti-Bullying Law to Protect All Students

>eHuge victory in North Carolina tonight. The House gave initial approval to the School Violence Prevention Act, an anti-bullying law requiring school districts to implement anti-bullying policies that enumerate categories often targeted by bullies, including sexual orientation and gender identity.

The bill has already passed the Senate. The House will vote one more time, possibly as early as tomorrow. If the bill passes again, it goes to Gov. Bev Purdue to sign into law, which she has indicated she will do.

Congratulations and thanks to Equality North Carolina for all the incredible work leading up to this point.

Story here.