MnSCU wants permission to tell parents about student drinking
MANKATO, Minn. (AP) -- State law prevents Minnesota State Colleges and Universities officials from telling parents when their children get into minor trouble with drugs and alcohol on campus. After several deaths in 2007, those officials want to change the law.
"When the families don't know about it and we can't tell them about it, they can't be part of the solution," said Minnesota State University, Mankato, President Richard Davenport.
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