Students Upset About Antimarijuana Policies

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While George Washington University students complain about their school's harsh antipot policies, Kansans lament a bill that makes the possession or sale of almost all drug paraphernalia illegal in the state, leaving some tobacco-licensed shops near Kansas State University worried about a loss in income, reports the Kansas State Collegian.

The bill authorizes special task forces to inspect shops they suspect could be breaking the law. Owners of the shops say they will comply but aren't too happy that the bill rode on the coattails of a "partial-birth" abortion act politicians knew would pass. —Jackie Mantey