Anti-hazing bill passes house, moves to governor for final approval
BATON ROUGE - A bill that would increase the damages levied against anyone convicted in any death resulting from hazing.
In the past, families could only seek compensation for actual damages in the event of hazing death. House Bill 91 would allow courts to enforce further damages as a punishment.
The bill now moves onto the governor for final approval.
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