Mom who lost son testifies before House committee to support felony penalties for hazing

Maxwell Gruver (Photo courtesy of the Gruver family)

By Joby Richard and Drew White

The “Max Gruver Act,” named for the 18-year-old LSU fraternity pledge who died last September, cleared a first hurdle Wednesday toward making hazing a felony after legislators heard emotional testimony from the victim’s parents.

Read the story in The Natchitoches Times.

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