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ABOR chairman calls tuition lawsuit a publicity stunt

The head of the state Board of Regents said Monday that a new lawsuit over tuition could finally force the legislature to explain whether it is violating a constitutional provision to keep instruction at the universities "as nearly free as possible.''

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