Good Samaritan policies granting amnesty to students who call 911 to assist a classmate at risk of an overdose or alcohol abuse, even though they are high themselves and in violation of school rules, are growing in popularity.
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*Ohio schools with Good Samaritan or Medical Amnesty Policies
Ohio State University
University of Dayton
University of Toledo
Source: Students for Sensible Drug Policy
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