Student Government to discuss printing credits, alcohol amnesty bills

Zach Clemens

Student Government will discuss a number of bills at its weekly Senate meeting Wednesday night including an alcohol amnesty bill, funding for the for ISU Global Health and AIDS Coalition and the reformation of printing credits.

The Senate will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Campanile Room of the Memorial Union. 

Student Government recognizes that some students may hesitate to seek medical assistance for fear of disciplinary action as the result of drug use or drinking underage. The Senate bill is calling for the implementation of an amnesty policy that allows students to seek medical attention without fear of punishment.

The ISU global Health and AIDS Coalition will attend a leadership conference in Virginia on Feb. 26 and is requesting $1,406.56 in funding from Student Government.

A bill that will be read calls for the reformation of printing credits for ISU students. The resolution calls for university administration to examine the current printing credit policy and create a new price structure that is equal to all students.