Regulating Party Buses

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A 25-year-old woman was killed on Highway 17 near Los Gatos after being ejected from a party bus last Friday. The buses have drawn criticism recently for allegedly ignoring underage drinking on board and for dropping their rowdy passengers at nightclubs or suburban neighborhoods that don't want them. Should party buses be more strictly regulated?

Guests:

Jerry Hill, state Assemblyman (D-San Mateo) and author of AB 45, "Underage Drinking on Party Buses"

Doug Studebaker, his 19-year-old son Brett was killed in a 2010 car crash after spending several hours drinking on a party bus

Mark Stewart, president of the California Livery Association, a statewide organization comprised of member limousine and bus companies

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