Wed, 5 April 2017
When a fired public employee becomes a whistleblower, reporters can check out the he said-they said charges by checking the public record. But what happens when an arm of a public university says it is a separate non-profit and everything it does can be kept off the books? Daniel Libit of nmfishbowl.com says, that’s when you have to sue them. He’s asked the University of New Mexico Foundation about selling naming rights for the school’s iconic basketball arena, and gotten no answers…yet.