"Discussions about marijuana being illegal at the federal level, and on what kind of education taxpayers were funding at COD, unfolded at the Aug. 24 board of trustees meeting. Board members questioned whether approving coursework surrounding a controlled substance like marijuana would be the right choice," The Courier reports.
... "COD’s Provost Mark Curtis-Chavez also pointed out if the academic institution and the cannabis program are provided accreditation, “their funding is expected to be safe,” according to an article written by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators."
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Publication Date: 9/4/2023