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UNC Board of Governors crumbling under ideological discord

And big surprise, Tom Fetzer is right in the middle of it: In a stunning and contentious session, a faction of the UNC Board of Governors moved Thursday for substantive changes in the university system, including lowering tuition and fees at the campuses, reorganizing the staff of UNC President Margaret Spellings and moving the UNC system headquarters out of Chapel Hill.
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