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 Bullied Students More Likely to Bring Weapons to School

More than 200,000 bullied high school students are bringing weapons into their schools every year, says new CDC data. Researchers found that these kids are 31 times more likely to sneak in guns, knives, clubs, etc. Among children bullied the worst in the past month, 63 percent of them carried a gun to school, writes NBCNews.Com.  

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