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Legality of U-Md. regents’ Big Ten vote questioned

Looks like a legal challenge to the Maryland Regents' actions could be pursued by interested parties... "As the University of Maryland’s top officials finalized a surprising move to the Big Ten Conference this week, the school’s public governing board went into "emergency" mode and met twice in secret to decide whether it would endorse the change. Those meetings — unannounced and entirely out of public view — appear to have been in violation of the Maryland Open Meetings Act, according to legal experts. The act lays out rules for gatherings of public entities such as the University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents, which the governor appoints to oversee most of the state’s public colleges and universities."

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