Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - The push for tougher anti-bullying laws in Minnesota is gaining momentum as lawmakers get ready to head back to the Capitol.
Friday night, the group Outfront Minnesota held a Happy Hour event at the Duluth Flame Nightclub to spread awareness about the measure.
The Supportive Minnesota Schools Act would require schools to develop detailed anti-bullying policies.
Right now, the state's anti-bullying law is spelled out with just 37 words.
Outfront Minnesota will hold an anti-bullying summit and rally in St. Paul in March.