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FARGO — North Dakota has yet to show that it has turned a corner on school bullying two years after a law required each district to have a plan aimed at curbing the problem.

Officials say it will take more time for the law to show results in addressing the age-old problem of bullying, both at school and online, a troublesome behavior that has been creeping up in recent years, according to a survey.

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Patrick Springer
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