New UF Policy to Ensure Student Safety
It's long been a practice, but now it's an official policy. When a student at the University of Florida gets medical care after drinking too much or even overdosing on drugs, they won't get in trouble at school.
The Medical Amnesty Policy announced today isn't a "get out of jail free card," but school officials hope it will be enough to make the difference in student safety.
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