By David Woods
Original Source: indystar.com
INDIANAPOLIS – As someone who characterized himself as formerly “young and dumb,” Pat McAfee has a message: You won’t get in trouble in Indiana if you’re a minor and text 911 because a friend has had too much alcohol.
It is a message the state has tried to deliver through its Lifeline Law, passed in 2012. The law provides amnesty from prosecution for underage drinking for a person who calls or texts 911 to report a medical emergency or sexual assault.
The law is credited with saving 38 lives so far. But not everyone…click here to continue reading