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Feedback at 5:00: Backpack Bullying

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A North Carolina 9-year-old says he's being bullied at school because of his backpack and now his school won't let him take it to class.

Grayson Bruce is a big fan of "My Little Pony," a cartoon that emphasizes friendship to children.

But his classmates have teased him, saying his favorite toy is for girls. Grayson also says he's been physically attacked.

Last week, Grayson's school asked him to leave his bag at home because administrators felt it was distraction and a trigger for bullying.

Do you think the school made the right move? Why or why not?

It's today's Feedback at 5:00.
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