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A 6-Year-Old Had Her Hands Zip-Tied at School. Florida House Passes on Setting a Minimum Age for Arresting Kids

Florida likely won’t be setting a minimum age for arresting children, despite national outrage over a 6-year-old who had her hands zip-tied at school after she threw a temper tantrum.

The Florida House took up the issue Wednesday as part of a broader school-safety bill, a day after a Senate committee snubbed the girl’s family.

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