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Gov. Chris Christie speaks during his April 9 town hall meeting in Fairfield.
(David Matthau, Townsquare Media NJ) Gov. Chris Christie speaks during his April 9 town hall meeting in Fairfield.
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What’s the Best Way to Stop Bullying? [AUDIO]

New Jersey has one of the most comprehensive anti-bullying laws in the nation, but Gov. Chris Christie believes the best way to stop the behavior is for students to get involved and stand up to bullies.

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Can Bullying Actually Be Stopped? [POLL]

A new court case proposes the question of whether or not bullies and their parents can be brought into bullying lawsuits. 

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NJ Schools Add Alleged Bullies to Lawsuit

A New Jersey judge has ruled that a school district can try to make the families of alleged bullies pay if the district is held liable in a negligence lawsuit.

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Study: Harm Lasts Long After Bullying Ends [AUDIO]

Addressing bullying immediately is the best way to prevent long-term health effects in victims, according to a recent study in the March issue of Pediatrics.

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Is sibling bullying a problem
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Should Bullies Be Held Liable for a Suicide? [POLL]

A NJ Teen who was the victim of bullying has committed suicide and authorities are looking to hold the bullies responsible.

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Does Your Partner Bully You Over Money? [AUDIO]

A recent survey by Harris Interactive finds one in 10 people who are married or living with a significant other believe they are bullied by their spouse or partner over finances, shedding some new light on one of the oldest arguments between couples: money management.

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Do You Think Jevon Tyree Was Bullied at Rutgers? [POLL]

It seems that Rutgers is having some 'manhood problems' with their coaching, after recent events that have happened at the university.

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Toms River Mom Gets Two Years’ Probation

A New Jersey mother has been sentenced to two years of probation for slapping two boys who she says were bullying her daughter.

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Workplace Bullying is Real and Rampant [POLL/AUDIO]

The taunting and harassing doesn't stop after high school. Recent studies suggest workplace bullying is on the rise nationwide.

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Anti-bullying in the workplace?
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Online Bullying Incidents Drop [AUDIO]

A new poll by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and MTV finds incidents of "digital abuse" are still prevalent, but declining somewhat.

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