Denver (AP) Tomorrow, a University of Colorado at Boulder student who is a medical-marijuana cardholder expects campus police to return marijuana that they had confiscated from him.
CU officials said student privacy laws kept them from discussing the case.
Edward Nicholson had threatened a lawsuit after he said campus police confiscated less than 2 ounces of pot from his dorm room.
Nicholson now lives off campus.
CU officials revised their policies this fall to ban students from storing marijuana in their dorms, even if they are medical marijuana cardholders. However, first-year students can be released from the on-campus residency requirement if they are cardholders.
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