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Topic - Stephen Nass
The head of the state Assembly's colleges committee said Monday he won't allow the panel to vote on a bill that would largely keep University of Wisconsin System research activities secret, defusing a looming fight between the system and open government advocates.
chairman, Rep. Stephen Nass, R-Whitewater, announced before the proceedings began that he would not allow the committee to vote on Kuglitsch's bill as long as the broad exemptions remained.