Ulster may pass law against cyber bullying

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KINGSTON - Ulster County could become the latest county in New York to pass a law against cyber bullying.County lawmakers are poised to take up the issue as early as this week.Designed to protect Ulster County residents 18 and under, the law was proposed by County Executive Mike Hein, who calls it a natural outgrowth of his suicide prevention and awareness campaign.It is sponsored by the chairman of the county legislature, Ken Ronk Jr."I've had the unfortunate...

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