Touchstone’s original bill proposal asked for anyone providing alcohol to minors be guilty of a felony on the third consecutive offense in 10 years with a penalty of a $2,500 fine and five years imprisonment, and if the act of providing that alcohol caused bodily injury or death of a person, the violator would be guilty of a felony on the first offense.
However, those sections were removed from the bill in the Senate and are not included in the final version of the bill.
If the governor signs the bill, the law will take effect on July 1, 2016.
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