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Legislation that would bolster Minnesota's anti-bullying statute would cost school districts roughly $26 million annually, according to a fiscal note released Wednesday by the Office of Minnesota Management and Budget. It found that the bullying bill, formally known as the "Safe & Supportive Schools Act," will cost school districts, on average, $30.80 per pupil to implement.

Fiscal note: bullying legislation will cost school districts $26 million annually

Legislation that would bolster Minnesota's anti-bullying statute would cost school districts roughly $26 million annually, according to a fiscal note released Wednesday by the Office of Minnesota Management and Budget. It found that the bullying bill, formally known as the "Safe & Supportive Schools Act," will cost school districts, on average, $30.80 per pupil to implement.

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