Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 29 November 2011Tags: michigan, state senate, lawmakers, anti-bullying, bill, legislation, religious protections, controversy, pass, approve, laws, gay, lgbt, youth
The Michigan Senate has approved by a landslide the controversial bill that seeks to require every school district in the state to adopt anti-bullying policies. The legislation made headlines weeks ago when Senate GOP tossed in (and, just as quickly, out) a provision nicknamed "License to Bully" that protected those who bully on religious grounds. Thankfully, the provision didn't make the final cut. Details follow.