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California college paper loses case against governor

(06/24/99 12:00am)

A university newspaper lost a major open meetings battle on June 1 when the California Supreme Court ruled in favor of the University of California's Board of Regents. The Daily Nexus at the University of California at Santa Barbara alleged that through private phone calls, the 25-member board of regents, which included then-Gov. Pete Wilson, solicited votes to repeal the university's affirmative action policy before a public meeting on July 20, 1995.


California college agrees to revise free-speech policy in settlement with student

(09/09/99 12:00am)

In a settlement with a student who accused University of California at San Diego administrators of violating his free speech rights, the university has agreed to revise its free-speech policies, and attorneys for the entire University of California system have agreed to review anti-harassment policies at the system's nine campuses to ensure students' free speech rights aren't being violated.