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94 California Cities, Counties, and the California Senate Proclaim Freedom from Workplace Bullies 2013
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59 California Cities Proclaim Freedom from Workplace Bullies 2012
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As of January 2011, 18 states have introduced the Healthy Workplace Bill. The bill is still active in several states.
UPDATE: As of December 2010, there are  32 States with citizen lobbyist coordinators promoting the Healthy Workplace Bill! Check these out other affiliate states.
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Indiana Supreme Court determined, 

On April 8, 2008, the Indiana Supreme Court
filed its ruling on the appeal in the March 2005 "bullying trial."  Upon reading actual text of the Indiana Supreme Court decision,

"The phrase "workplace bullying," like other general terms used to characterize a person's behavior, is an entirely appropriate consideration in determining the issues before the jury. As evidenced by the trial court's questions to counsel during pre-trial proceedings, workplace bullying could "be considered a form of intentional infliction of emotional distress." 


Dr. Gary Namie, a leading expert in workplace bullying, speaks out candidly about the consequences of bullying on The Today Show. Join us in supporting nationwide legislation to prevent and correct bullying in workplace. Protect  human rights and dignity.

Our goal is to educate the public and encourage you to stand up for yourself. Bullying breaks hearts, spirits, and people. Vote in the upcoming election. Tell your legislators how you feel. Ask your neighbors and friends to vote. Your support is critical. Together we can all make a difference.


The Workplace Bullying Institute Mission is to..  To raise awareness of, and create a public dialogue about Workplace Bullying. To apply research, empirical and anecdotal, to solutions for individuals, unions, employers and public policy makers.