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Questions about concert mess remain, panel says

By Craig Gima

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 20, 2012

~~<p>Five months after the University of Hawaii lost $200,000 in the failed Stevie Wonder fundraising concert and after more than 13 hours of hearings, a Senate committee investigating the debacle says there are still unanswered questions.</p>
<p>The Senate Special Committee on Accountability issued a 32-page report Monday of its findings and recommendations. The recommendations include having state Auditor Marion Higa conduct a financial and management audit of the university system and having the Board of Regents receive training on the state sunshine and open-records laws and on its own policies.</p>
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Five months after the University of Hawaii lost $200,000 in the failed Stevie Wonder fundraising concert and after more than 13 hours of hearings, a Senate committee investigating the debacle says there are still unanswered questions.

The Senate Special Committee on Accountability issued a 32-page report Monday of its findings and recommendations. The recommendations include having state Auditor Marion Higa conduct a financial and management audit of the university system and having the Board of Regents receive training on the state sunshine and open-records laws and on its own policies. Login for more...



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