Wisconsin's Attorney General wants to keep adults from buying alcohol for teenagers.
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is promoting "We don't serve teens" week, a nationwide campaign designed to inform adults that it's illegal to provide alcohol to underage drinkers.
The move comes after a national study by the Century Council found the majority of underage drinkers obtained alcohol by having someone else buy it. That's despite the fact that 96-percent of parents are against such activity.
Van Hollen is encouraging parents to keep track of who their teens are socializing with. The Attorney General has voiced several Public Service Announcements on the issue, which will air statewide.