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August 29, 2012 12:35 PM

U.S. civil rights attorney to Fayette freshmen: Bullying can't be tolerated

The nation's top civil rights lawyer was in Lexington on Wednesday to talk with Fayette County Public Schools freshmen about combating bullying and harassment in schools. Assistant U.S. Attorney General Thomas E. Perez urged students to respect their classmates, support friends if they are bullied, and report cases of bullying to school officials.

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