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You could pay hundreds of dollars if your kid is a bully in this Wisconsin town

There's no doubt that bullying is a serious problem amongst our youth. A fine line distinguishes what's considered as playful poking fun at someone versus teasing with malicious intentions. The latter, of course, can have serious, long-term repercussions for the victim, and unfortunately follow him or her into his or her adult life. Other than school systems consciously educating students and parents teaching their children what is and isn't acceptable behavior when it comes to interacting with peers, it's impossible to proactively limit the number of bullying incidents that occur.
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