A bill before the California Legislature would allow school officials to expel or suspend students who “sext.” Ben Boychuk says it’s a better alternative than charging teens with felonies.
A bill before the California Legislature would allow school officials to expel or suspend students who “sext.” Ben Boychuk says it’s a better alternative than charging teens with felonies. NIKCK COTE The New York Times
A bill before the California Legislature would allow school officials to expel or suspend students who “sext.” Ben Boychuk says it’s a better alternative than charging teens with felonies. NIKCK COTE The New York Times

‘Sexting’ is stupid, but it shouldn’t be felony for teens

March 10, 2016 04:00 PM

UPDATED March 11, 2016 12:00 AM

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