Capitol Chatter: GOP offered bonding deal before bullying, wage votes
ST. PAUL — Republicans passionately fought an anti-bullying bill that the Democrat-controlled House passed in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, after a nearly 12-hour debate.
GOP representatives said the proposal to require school districts to implement strong bullying policies, and the state stepping in if they don’t, is too heavy handed.
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