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The regents at the state’s flagship university held their only meeting of the month on Wednesday night, drawing the school’s top main campus, health sciences and athletics officials for more than three hours of discussions.
What they talked about is anybody’s guess.
Because the board met only to go into an executive, or closed, session for discussions, as was stated on the agenda posted three business days before the meeting. The agenda cited four exceptions to the state Open Meetings Act, which open government advocates said lacked the “reasonable specificity” required to comply with OMA.