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Equalize Alcohol and Marijuana Penalties

40 Signatures Goal: 100

Currently under the Georgia Southern University Student Code of Conduct any student living in on-campus housing may be subject to eviction for any marijuana violation, even in the middle of the semester, while students who violate alcohol policies are not evicted, and are given several chances. Marijuana has been proven to be much safer than alcohol and the university should not punish students more severely for making a safer recreational choice. Students should be able to focus on school while attending GSU not on where they are going to live. Evicting students for maijuana violations is not a sensible way to handle drug issues and is a policy that can not be tolerated! Please sign this petition to equalize the penalties for alcohol and marijuana and help keep students housed and in school.

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  • 2 years ago
    SUNIL SHARMA United States
    2 years ago
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    Karly Robertson United States
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    Sam Futch United States
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    Don Ingram United States
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    shawn scribner United States
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    Ryan Hicks United States
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    Adam Uhlig United States
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    Jared Easton United States
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    Elizabeth Hagin United States
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    David Williamson, Jr. United States
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    Rachel Huddleston United States
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    Philip Clements United States
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    Krystina Bradley United States
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    Kara Golinski United States
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    Summer Hill United States
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