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University Of California Takes Steps To Reopen Black LA Hospital

 UC Regents will meet at UCLA Nov. 17-19

The University of California Board of Regents will hold its regular business meeting Tuesday, Nov. 17, through Thursday, Nov. 19, at Covel Commons on the UCLA campus. The Regents will be briefed on a variety of issues over the three-day meeting, including finances and efforts to reopen the Martin Luther King Hospital in Los Angeles County. The full meeting agenda is online:www.universityofcalifornia.edu/regents/regmeet/nov09.html

On Wednesday, UC Vice President Patrick Lenz will brief the Finance Committee on the development of the 2010-11 budget in light of the persistent state budget crisis. In that context, Regents will consider increasing student fees and also the level of financial assistance for needy low- and middle-income students. 

 

On Thursday, the Regents’ Health Services Committee will consider a presentation from Senior Vice President John Stobo regarding reopening Martin Luther King Hospital.

 

For more news and information about the University of California: www.universityofcalifornia.edu 

 



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