Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

KU students reject university’s proposed new alcohol policy

Samstag 21. November 2009 von htm

A panel of Kansas University students has rejected a proposed policy change that would have allowed housing staffers to enter students’ rooms after knocking and being denied entry if they had probable cause — something like hearing students chanting “Chug! Chug!” or detecting an odor of marijuana. Members of Student Senate’s Student Rights Committee unanimously voted against the proposal, with many citing privacy concerns as the main reasoning behind their vote. (Source: Google Alkohol Alert, 11/21/09) ktka.com, 11/19/09

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