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Board Allots Record Amount of Funds at Last Meeting

At the final Associated Students Finance Board meeting of Winter Quarter, board members distributed $108,221.12 among 20 entities.
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Leg Council Tables Bill on New Hub Position

Associated Students Legislative Council heard reports from several A.S. committees, discussed future plans and tabled one bill at its meeting yesterday.
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Finance Board Funds Sex Fair, Radio Club

Associated Students Finance Board sped through its meeting yesterday, allocating $12,912.20 to seven student groups in 40 minutes.
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A.S. Requests Space in Building 434

Associated Students Legislative Council and its executive officers kept busy with meetings yesterday, both in its weekly gathering and earlier in the day with Chancellor Henry T. Yang.
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Leggies Ask for Digital Editing Lab Improvements

The Associated Students Legislative Council approved one bill and two resolutions at its meeting yesterday, discussed honoraria procedures and tabled a bill to add duties for council members.
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A.S. Funds Drama Productions, Cultural Events

Associated Students Finance Board distributed $20,952.29 to 13 of the 15 student groups requesting money at its meeting yesterday afternoon.
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Leg Council Votes To Support Anti-War Strike

At a lengthy four-hour meeting, Associated Students Legislative Council passed one bill and approved three resolutions, including two concerning the war in Iraq.
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Finance Board Funds Earth Day, Debates Outreach

Associated Students Finance Board allocated $15,424.25 among 11 groups and began budgetary hearings for the next academic year at its weekly meeting yesterday afternoon.
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Leg Council Reports on New Projects, Radio Show

Associated Students Legislative Council held a working meeting last night to discuss future projects, including its new KCSB radio show and the return of Campus Point, the currently inactive A.S. peri...
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A.S. Funds More Groups, Redistributes Honoraria

The Associated Students Finance Board allocated $19,635.50 among nine student organizations yesterday in addition to recollecting $17,000 from the A.S. Committee on Honoraria fund.
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A.S. Ends Efforts to Disrupt Nexus Fees After Legal Setback

Despite a promise made earlier in the week, the Associated Students Legislative Council opted last night not to override A.S. President Jared Goldschen's veto of a resolution to freeze Daily Nexus fun...
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A.S. Votes to Fund Member Salaries

Associated Students Finance Board brought back honoraria yesterday to members of student government for the first time in several years and distributed $137,111.35 to various entities.
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Goldschen Vetoes Nexus Sanctions, Cites Lawfulness

Invoking a power rarely used in Associated Students' history, A.S. President Jared Goldschen vetoed on Friday the Legislative Council resolution to freeze the Daily Nexus' lock-in fee.
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A.S. Votes To Restrict Nexus’ Assets

The Associated Students Legislative Council approved freezing the Daily Nexus' lock-in fee funds for Winter Quarter -- a move of questionable legality -- at their meeting last night in response to the...
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A.S. Mulls Sanctioning Nexus for Housing Ad

A.S. Legislative Council called for the possibility of boycotting the Daily Nexus, freezing its funds, auditing its finances and asking for the resignation of its lead editors at its meeting last nigh...
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