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Top Headlines 4/30


President Obama to sign an executive order on Friday which curbs marketers from targeting vets with deceptive advertising about college opportunities, ABC News reports.

Child Welfare

The New York Times asks, should cyberbullying be a crime?

In Wisconsin, a new report shows that child protection workers have made numerous mistakes that have led to children being hurt or even killed, the Wisconsin State Journal reports.

New YouTube channel shows audience reaction to Bully film, reports. 

Juvenile Justice

After a five-year overhaul at Texas youth lockups, the situation is still a “crisis that jeopardizes the safety of youths, the Texas Tribune reports.


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