Marijuana: DU sends students drug-policy e-mail before Amendment 64 becomes law

The passage of Amendment 64, which became law earlier today, presents challenges for Colorado colleges, since lotsa students are as confused about the measure as many members of the public. That likely explains why the University of Denver chose last week to send enrollees a copy of its drug policy -- one that forbids the use or possession of marijuana anywhere on campus. See it below.
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