Ruling overturns law banning medical marijuana on campuses
April 7, 2017
PHOENIX (AP) — An appellate court ruled Thursday that Arizona colleges and universities can prohibit medical marijuana on campuses but lawmakers can't make it a crime.
The medical marijuana law approved by Arizona voters in 2010 allowed cardholders to possess small amounts of marijuana but it prohibited possession in prisons, schools and on school buses.
The ruling Thursday struck down a 2012 decision by the Legislature to expand the off-limits list by adding college and university campuses.
However, the Court of Appeals ruling said colleges and universities can still forbid possession of...