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Where and how do young people get alcohol? A survey of over 6,000 teenagers found that they usually get alcohol from people age 21 or older.
Kevin’s Law -- Increases criminal penalties on adult providers from a gross misdemeanor to a felony in certain cases. It is a felony, punishable by fines and/or jail time "for a person other than a licensed retailer of alcoholic beverages' to sell, barter, furnish, or give alcoholic beverages to a person under 21 years of age if that person becomes intoxicated and causes or suffers death or great bodily harm." Also known as the Social Host Liability law.
Civil Cause of Action/Zero Alcohol Providers -- Expands civil liability to include cases of adult provision of alcohol to youth. Allows injured parties the right to sue the adult provider to recover their damages.
The posters look like store receipts, but instead itemize potential costs associated with providing alcohol to minors. Some Minnesota communities have used this camera-ready art for advertisements. Materials available for free from the Minnesota Prevention Resource Center. Attention: Non-MDH link