North Carolina's State Board for Community Colleges voted Friday to permit community colleges in the state to bar the enrollment of students who may pose a significant health or safety threat, The Charlotte Observer reported. It remains unclear how the colleges would define the threats that rise to the level that students should be barred from enrolling. The move follows the news that the man accused of the deadly Tucson rampage this month had been a student at Pima Community College.
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