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Parents in New York town could face jail, fine under new anti-bullying law

Parents in a New York town could end up in jail if their children are found to have bullied others, thanks to a new law. Parents could be fined $250 and sentenced to 15 days in jail, according to North Tonawanda City Attorney Luke Brown. Parents could face punishment if their child violates the city's curfew or any city law, including bullying, twice over the course of 90 days. Click here for more

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