Panel approves budget, gets to work
AURORA, Colo. -- The independent commission investigating the University of Colorado recruiting scandal convened for the first time Tuesday and declared its top priority is getting to the bottom of allegations that recruits are offered sex and alcohol.
The seven-member panel, appointed by the Board of Regents last week, immediately approved a draft budget of $246,500, including an estimated $90,000 to hire independent investigators.
Commissioner Luis Rovira said he wants to examine ...
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