A mother who recently lost her son to binge drinking is touting Indiana's new "Lifeline Law".
Brett Finbloom died in August after binge drinking with friends.
His mother Dawn Finbloom is sending a message to other teens.
She says the "Lifeline Law" allows teens who call 911 when one of their friends has had too much to drink to be immune from getting into trouble.
State Senator Jim Merritt says the immunity covers not just the caller, but all those who cooperate with authorities.
Merritt says 39 other states have similar laws.