Brian Lambert An AP story says, “The University of Minnesota says a $74,000 investigation into the source of a leak of private personnel information was unable to identify the source. The Board of Regents retained attorney Don Lewis in May after a leak of documents to KSTP-TV about allegations of sexual harassment by an athletic department employee. The station reported that a regent provided an email containing information about the allegation. … The board said in a statement Friday it considers the review into the leak closed.” Pipeline pushback. April Baumgarten, for the Forum News Service, writes: “The Department of Commerce's recent analysis that an Enbridge pipeline project is unnecessary defies common sense, northwest...
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U of M pays $74,000 for leak investigation, comes up empty