Bill Named After LSU Freshman Easily Clears House

A person could go to prison for up to five years if they're convicted of hazing that leads to death in Louisiana.

That's the aim of a bill that passed the House Monday on a unanimous vote.

The Max Gruver Act is named after an LSU freshman who died last September after drinking alcohol that caused him to have nearly a 0.5 blood alcohol level.

Gruver's death caused LSU to ban the Phi Delta Theta fraternity until at least 2033.

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