Lawmakers in U.S. Congress have relaunched its anti-bullying caucus that first formed in 2012, but at least one lawmaker says legislation may not be the solution. The caucus originally formed to advocate for legislation aimed at curbing bullying, but Rep. Mike Honda, D-Calif., now says the solution may be to expect educators and others who spend significant amounts of time with students to not tolerate bullying.
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