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Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Because We All Know A Transparent Search is Such a Bad Thing...

UND Presidential Search Committee members Monday discussed drafting a letter protesting North Dakota's open records and open meeting laws, which mandates the committee's work must be done in public view.

At committee members' request, Chairman Paul LeBel, dean of the UND law school, said he will draft a letter to the State Board of Higher Education suggesting it petition the state Legislature to weaken those laws, which require immediate disclosure of applicants' names and full media access to search committee meetings.

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