Friday, 29 April 2011 14:37
Louisiana Black Caucus: Follow UNO-SUNO Merger, Privatization Next Week
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The Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus is urging the community to follow certain legislative committee meetings next week.
 

The Caucus, via a press release cites the legislation concerning the proposed merger of SUNO and UNO, the privatizing of the Office of Group Benefits  and other matters:

 

Below is the agenda as described by the Caucus:

 

Senate Committee on Retirement

Monday, May 2, 2011 at 1:00 p.m.

 

Discussion of proposed privatization of the Office of Group Benefits.

House Education Committee Meeting

Wednesday, May 4, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.

 

HB 537 Tucker - Provides for the merger of SUNO and UNO

 

HB 549 Tucker - Grade Act 2 Bill which provides relative to the La. Granting Resources and Autonomy for Diplomas Act including additional operational autonomies to be granted to public postsecondary education institutions and reporting requirements for such institutions and the Bd. of Regents

 

Senate Education Committee Meeting

Thursday May 5, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.

 

SB 184 Appel - Provides for the merger of SUNO and UNO

SB 241 Chaisson - Grade Act 2 Bill which provides relative to the La. Granting Resources and Autonomy for Diplomas Act including additional operational autonomies to be granted to public postsecondary education institutions and reporting requirements for such institutions and the Bd. of Regents

 

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