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April 2nd, 2011

RI congressman sponsors anti-bullying law
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) - Rhode Island congressman David Cicilline is working to curb all kinds of bullying, whether it's on the playground or the Internet. The Democratic representative is sponsoring legislation designed to prevent bullying in a move he says will supplement anti-bullying efforts on a local level in Rhode Island.

Police: Man Was Sexting Girl, 16
PITTSBURGH -- A 23-year-old Rochester Mills man was arrested after it was discovered that he was exchanging sexually explicit material via cell phone with a 16-year-old girl, according to a police report. Justin McAdams was arrested on a corruption of minors charge at a home on Sebring Road in E. Mahoning Township.

Lawmakers fight over teaching about LGBT people's contributions
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — As the battle over same-sex marriage makes its way through California's courts, another gay rights fight is smoldering in the Legislature.

Teen tells of school bullying in Gaston
DALLAS A North Gaston High School freshman said the alleged bullying incident that led to two fellow students being charged earlier this week was not the first time he has been victimized.

New Details Emerge in 'Sexting' D.A. Investigation
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The state Justice Department released 150 pages of documents Friday that shed new light on prosecutors' findings that a former Calumet County district attorney repeatedly displayed sexually suggestive behavior at the office, but that it wasn't illegal.



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