Calif. governor’s office ignores law by appointing UC regents without required input: report

California governor Jerry Brown’s office has apparently been ignoring state law and appointing members of the University of California Board of Regents without first consulting a mandatory advisory committee. Some members of the advisory committee claim they have never spoken to the governor whom they are obligated to advise; it is further unclear if the committee has assembled even once in its more-than-four-decade-long history.

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by Amber Loveshe, The College Fix.

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