No one likes a bully, but this town in New York has found a way to hold parents accountable for the kids that do bully.
A town in New York has made it a law that parents can now go to jail if their child is caught bullying someone. The Law went into effect on October 1st in the Niagara county city of North Tonawanda, just north of Buffalo. Council members hope this law will prevent bullying, by holding the parents accountable for their child's actions. The law says that parents could be fines $250 and sentenced to 15 days in jail if an incident happens twice in a 90-day period.This has made for some very interesting discussion.
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