This photo shows signage above the entrance to North Tonawanda's City Hall where its city council resides, Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, in New York. The council voted unanimously Oct. 3 to amend an existing law to add bullying, harassment and underage drinking to existing curfew violations parents already could be held accountable for.
This photo shows signage above the entrance to North Tonawanda's City Hall where its city council resides, Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, in New York. The council voted unanimously Oct. 3 to amend an existing law to add bullying, harassment and underage drinking to existing curfew violations parents already could be held accountable for. Carolyn Thompson AP Photo
This photo shows signage above the entrance to North Tonawanda's City Hall where its city council resides, Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017, in New York. The council voted unanimously Oct. 3 to amend an existing law to add bullying, harassment and underage drinking to existing curfew violations parents already could be held accountable for. Carolyn Thompson AP Photo

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