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(Sacramento) - The Assembly has approved the Teen Alcohol Safety Act of 2010, a measure authored by Assemblymember Mike Feuer (D-Los Angeles) designed to save young lives by strengthening the consequences faced by adults who knowingly provide alcohol to underage teens in the home.  AB 2486 passed on a bipartisan vote of  73 to 0. “Common sense alone should prevent adults from giving alcohol to teenagers,” Feuer said.  “But recent tragedies graphically illustrate that California needs to do more to deter adults from providing minors with alcohol.  This bill promotes responsible behavior and will keep kids safer.” Here’s more in this Assembly Web Report. For more information visit Assemblymember Feuer's website.