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|Tuesday, May 25, 2010|
A hearing before the state Senate’s Business and Transportation Committee explored UO's transparency, particularly with regards to recent decision in the athletic department.
The hearing was held to cover the university's arena project, but legislators had questions, most controversially about the $2.3 million buyout of former Athletic Director Mike Bellotti.
Read the whole story at the Register-Guard.
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