Colorado lawmakers near agreement on anti-bullying bill
May 11, 2011
DENVER (AP) – Colorado lawmakers have struck a tentative agreement on an anti-bullying measure that could prompt more school uniforms across the state.
The bullying measure mostly just enables the state to accept donations to start working on statewide anti-bullying efforts. But the bill does require that school dress codes promote “uniformity of dress:”
A panel of House and Senate members agreed on the measure Wednesday morning. The full Legislature was expected to sign off on the bill by the end of the day, when lawmakers wrap up their regular annual session.
House Bill 1254: http://goo.gl/fxxqE