Valley mother backing bill written in honor of her son
Las Vegas, NV — A valley mother is backing a bill written in honor of her son.
Kimberly Caipa hopes it will help save lives. Senate Bill 464, or Brady’s Bill, would give teens medical immunity if they were drunk and needed to help a friend who needed medical attention.
17-year-old Brady Caipa died back in 2011. The Bishop Gorman senior was at a house party and got drunk. His friends left him in the bathroom to sleep it off. He was found the next day and died at the hospital.
Kimberly said, “Kids that are in a situation where someone is in trouble should not be worried about being in trouble themselves. That’s what this law does.”
Brady’s Bill goes before state lawmakers Monday.