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Children may be responsible for their own actions once they reach a certain age, but one Wisconsin town is taking it a step further—much to the bane of parents everywhere.
An anti-bullying law has passed in Shawano, Wisconsin, that will hold responsible if they don’t step in to stop bullying when their kids are involved. The penalty is a steep fine of several hundreds of dollars per infraction. Not surprisingly, the town is divided on the issue.
Shawano police has reminded parents that this law isn’t aimed at “kids being kids”—it’s about serious, unrelenting bullying. Other cities have implemented similar ordinances with positive results; hopefully, Shawano will see these effects soon!
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Credits: Boredom Therapy