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I think it really depends on the situation. If the kid is bullying and their parents know but aren't doing anything, then the fining might help. If the parents don't know about it, then the fining might not be a good idea. It's really entirely the kid's fault so I think they should find some way to fine the kids. (Not with that much money, but with something.) Ultimately, I don't think this is going to help very much. It MIGHT make a small dent.
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by Emilicious on 6/12/2013 10:39:15 PM
This is really stupid...
by sammyy99 on 6/12/2013 9:19:40 PM
naww, i dunno if that'll work...
by rainbowvampire on 6/12/2013 9:00:50 PM
I like that idea, but when they create the law. They need to know what type of bullying is. At my school giving piggy back rides with your friends, will landed you a dentition cause it is considered harassment.
by RubySparkle on 6/12/2013 8:55:00 PM
I don't think the parents should pay because it might not be their fault because a lot of kids do it because other kids do it not because their parents are bad.
by cupcakecutie325 on 6/12/2013 8:29:48 PM
I don't like the idea. Though some parents may think their child is "perfect" even though they bully others, a lot of parents are definitely not like that. And even if some parents are unaware of their child's bullying, it doesn't mean they should be punished! Sure, when the parents get the fine they will probably punish the child, so they don't do it again. But still, the parents are getting punished, too. If a child is bullying others, THEY should be punished, and the parents should be notified. That way the parents can still punish the children any way they want to, but they don't have to take the fall for their children's behavior.
by LovePeaceHope on 6/12/2013 7:41:59 PM
Um, no! Their parents aren't in charge of what their kids do! It might stop it from happening in public- but girls know how to do it without everyone or anyone knowing! It won't stop it for many but maybe for something!
by madsgirl155 on 6/12/2013 7:41:19 PM
No. Just no. Sounds nice on the outside, but the government already has enough control on us. They'll do anything to get more money out of people. Send the bullies the juvy for a couple days if it's getting out hand. Just think: kid gets bullied, someone gets paid for it. Regardless of the fine, bullies will stay bullies. There is only so much a parent can do.
by LittleUsagiTewi on 6/12/2013 6:47:04 PM
If I could,I would fine the bullies,not the parents.
by audz1199 on 6/12/2013 6:44:09 PM
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