MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Many kids face bullying and sometimes it can be very hard to stop.

Now, a Wisconsin town has a new idea: fine the bully’s parents.

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The city council in Shawano passed a new anti-bullying ordinance. Under the new ordinance, police will warn parents if their child is involved in bullying.

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The parent has 90 days to address the bullying.

If police think their kid hasn’t stopped the bad behavior, the parent will be issued a $366 fine.

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A couple of other Wisconsin cities have a similar ordinance and city leaders said it’s making a positive impact.