Aspen, Colo. (AP) -- A junior college is warning a student with
epilepsy that her seizures are becoming disruptive and she could be
forced to drop classes. Aspen resident Channing Seideman filed a complaint against Colorado Mountain College after she had two seizures on campus. The college sent her an email that said the incidents have reached a point where the school is allowed to ask a student to drop classes. According to the Aspen Times, officials defended their actions and refused further comment.
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