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MSU to review drug and alcohol policies

(BOZEMAN)- Responding to several high profile cases over the past year, Montana State University leaders have decided to take a hard look at the college's policies regarding drug and alcohol use. 

The new Presidential Commission on Substance Abuse Prevention hopes to review current rules and see if they are adequate to prevent future problems. 

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports the panel hopes to identify locations around the community, and student conditions on campus that could be causing problems, and see what improvements could be made. The effort is expected to involve not only MSU administrators and students, but off-campus partners such as local tavern owners and Bozeman Police.


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