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A.G. Candidate unveils internet safety plan

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One of the candidates to be Montana's next Attorney General announced today a new program she would implement if elected.

Pam Bucy unveiled the “E-Smart Kids Program” which helps expand tools for cyber safety amongst teens.  She says setting up safety tools for kids using social media will help them in the long run.  Bucy says the Attorney general’s office would be the best place for the program because it is a statewide entity.

“The program is an expansion it’s an educational program that we intend to get in every middle school in the entire state not just the Helena School District.  Just happens to be there is someone doing one today in the elementary school here in Helena.  But what we'd like to do is have a law enforcement in every middle school in the state talking about the implications of all online activity,” says Bucy.

So far, Bucy, a Democrat, is running against Democrat Jesse Laslovich and Republican Jim Shockley in Attorney General race. 

Story by Drew Steele, Beartooth NBC.
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