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Topic - Dennis Senibaldi
A New Hampshire school board has decided to ban the game dodgeball and other so-called "human target" activities from being played in gym classes.
"It's almost turning into a nanny state," school board member Dennis Senibaldi, who voted against the ban, told WBZ-TV. "What happens when they replace that game with something different that another group doesn't want to play, do we eliminate that group of games?"