Hickenlooper to sign school bullying law
DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper is hitting the road to sign bills into law, including one that would reduce bullying in Colorado schools.
The measure (House Bill 1254) would define bullying, require school districts to develop policies to prevent bullying and provide grants for prevention programs.
He plans to sign the bill at a high school today.
The governor also plans to visit a restaurant in Lakewood to sign a bill allowing bars and restaurants to sell low-strength beer.