CLARKSVILLE, Ind. (WHAS11) – On a day dedicated to the American worker, Attorney General Greg Zoeller returned home to Southern Indiana to update his constituents on the work he’s doing at the State Capitol.
Zoeller rode in the Clarksville parade.
“It's great to be back home in Clarksville to spend a day with old family friends,” Zoeller said.
Zoeller has been working to spread the word on the Lifeline Law passed two sessions ago. It gives amnesty to anyone who calls in help for someone who has had too much to drink. The law is primarily aimed at college students.
“In a sober moment kids can know they can make the call, do the right thing and we won’t prosecute them,” Zoeller said.
Zoeller said he has also been going around to schools and informing principals of a grant that can help to hire school resource officers.