[caption id="attachment_25743" align="alignleft" width="250" caption="Sanchez named her legislation the "Megan Meier Cyber Bullying Prevention Act." "]Sanchez named her legislation the "Megan Meier Cyber Bullying Prevention Act." [/caption]

Members of the U.S. House of Representatives struggled during a Sept. 30 hearing with how to stop the online bullying of children without violating free-speech rights.

Bullying has always been mean-spirited, but a House Judiciary subcommittee was told that federal law does not make it a crime to engage in "cyber bullying" that becomes destructive to its young victims. The worst examples have resulted in child suicides.

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