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PALS program aims to end bullying in Alachua County schools


Many people wore purple this week to remember the lesbian, gay, bisexual teens who have recently comitted suicide. Meanwhile, the debate over how to deal with bullying in American continues. And as WUFT-FM’s Jason Hackett reports, in Alachua County there is a program that seeks to prevent bullying attacks in public schools.

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