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State Rep. Rita Smart, D-Richmond, speaks Wednesday morning at Madison Middle School about House Bill 35 she is sponsoring that would designate October as "Anti-Bullying Month" in Kentucky.Madison Middle School Assistant Principal Scott Anderson which stated Kentucky does not have an official ribbon commemorating National Bullying Prevention Month in October. Anderson said his school believes purple and yellow should be designated the ribbon's official colors by state law. According to the bill, purple represents victims of domestic violence while yellow represents those who have committed suicide, in this case because they were bullied.

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