Alabama missing children

Politics & Government
6:43 am
Tue May 21, 2013

Ala. Legislature Responds to Caylee Anthony Case

New legislation makes it a felony for a parent to neglect to promptly notify authorities when their child is missing or dead. It's in response to the Caylee Anthony case in Florida.
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The Alabama Legislature has passed a bill making it a felony for a parent to neglect to promptly notify authorities when their child is missing or dead in response to the Caylee Anthony case in Florida.

   The bill, sponsored by Democratic Rep. Juandalynn Givan of Birmingham, received final passage in the Senate and House Monday and now goes to the governor for his review.

   The bill was inspired by Anthony, who was not reported missing for 31 days.