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Community Assistants Host Marijuana-Issues Discussion

More than50 students turned out Tuesday, Feb. 25, for a “What’s The Deal?” forum, a program and discussion facilitated by Penn College’s Community Assistants to converse about marijuana use and distribution in the campus and Williamsport communities. National issues pertaining to marijuana legislation were discussed and paired with an educational summary of Pennsylvania marijuana laws provided by Penn College Police Chief Chris Miller. “I was surprised to see how many students actively participated,” Community Assistant Andrew R. Christoffel remarked at the end of the nearly two-hour program. “It was encouraging to see students embrace their First Amendment rights by sharing their opinions and thoughts openly.”

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