State board orders campus police to stop charging student journalists for basic public records

Student was murdered on campus last year Here’s a novel way to avoid bad headlines: Withhold public records from cash-poor student journalists. That’s what Utah Valley University’s police department has been doing for the past two years. It started demanding $10 per “initial contact report” requested by UVU Review journalists in November 2017, and halved the fee to $5…


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