State Rep. Rosa Gill tells the Holly Springs Anti-Bullying Committee on April 22 that the General Assembly doesn’t see bullying as a problem. She offered to help the group of local parents, educators and Holly Springs Mayor Dick Sears, seated to the right.
State Rep. Rosa Gill tells the Holly Springs Anti-Bullying Committee on April 22 that the General Assembly doesn’t see bullying as a problem. She offered to help the group of local parents, educators and Holly Springs Mayor Dick Sears, seated to the right. aspecht@newsobserver.com
State Rep. Rosa Gill tells the Holly Springs Anti-Bullying Committee on April 22 that the General Assembly doesn’t see bullying as a problem. She offered to help the group of local parents, educators and Holly Springs Mayor Dick Sears, seated to the right. aspecht@newsobserver.com

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