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We all know someone who has suffered bullying or who’s currently being bullied. With about one out of every four students in the United States saying that they’ve been bullied, the problem isn’t going away.

But the costs are high—emotionally, educationally and even monetarily. These are some of the reasons why community leaders, including the Maricopa County Attorney, are stepping up to bullying, as should all of us!

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Kids in the Know

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Sports Beat

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