Editorial: Pathway toward a University of Colorado presidency

Boulder Daily Camera: Tuesday, Sept. 7,  was an inauspicious day for Coloradans who favor transparency in government at the highest levels.

On that weekday, what was commonly called “the sole finalist bill” went into effect as law without the governor’s signature, telling the University of Colorado Board of Regents how they may now choose to conduct the current search for system president — and not necessarily in a good way.

Equally disappointing on the same day a little over two weeks ago, our Colorado Supreme Court took a pass at reviewing an appellate court’s reversal of a district court ruling that was in favor of open hiring practices.

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