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UF pushing safety over punishment in substance abuse cases


A new University of Florida policy seeks to reduce student health risks involving alcohol or drugs. As Florida’s 89-point-one WUFTF-M’s Steven Gallo reports, students will not face disciplinary action for reporting serious incidents of excessive drinking or drug use.

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