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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Paul Edwards
Dozens of current and former members of a fraternity at Yale University are being sued over a deadly tailgating crash at the 2011 Yale-Harvard football game in New Haven.
Surveillance videos from a pair of businesses showed headlights from a couple of vehicles passing minutes before a car burned with three people inside early Monday, and one person was seen running away from the scene.
Deseret News Editor Paul Edwards says the JOA amendments implemented protections that preserve the independence of both newsrooms.
"They are effectively cutting off its local chapter and members," Edwards said. "I think that defense is bogus. It's our claim that what happened at Yale two years ago was very clearly, definitively and obviously a Sigma Phi Epsilon-sponsored fraternity event."