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2008: TURNING GRIEF INTO ACTION

When her son Jeff, 15, hung himself after being tormented on the Internet, Debbie Johnston channeled her grief into action, getting Florida to pass one of the most comprehensive anti-bullying laws in the country. "There's always Jeff's voice in my head, saying, 'Mom, you've got a job to do,'" she told PEOPLE.

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