After emotional testimony from advocate Jen Shaw and program survivor Emily Carter, SB 267 passes in Montana. SB 267, sponsored by Sen. Diane Sands, D-Missoula, terminated the Board of Private Alternative Adolescent Residential or Outdoor Programs (PAARP) under the Department of Labor and Industry and moved programs under the state Department of Health and Human Services. An investigation by the Missoulian had found that since the PAARP board began granting licenses in 2007, there have been 58 complaints against programs, yet not a single program has faced significant sanctions. This bill provided greater oversight into programs in Montana by moving the responsibility to DHS.