Increasing teen safety in California by holding adults who provide alcohol responsible
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Los Angeles Daily Journal: “A person can be held civilly liable under California law when a child breaks a bone playing in her front yard or slips and falls on her kitchen floor,” writes Greg Kane. “When a child dies of alcohol poisoning in another parent’s company, however, the same rules don’t apply.” A bill on its way to the California Senate would change that.
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