An animal rights group on Monday sued the University of Missouri, alleging it violated the state’s Sunshine Law more than 200 times and charged an excessive fee of $82,222.33 for records the group requested about animals being tested for research at the School of Medicine.
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From The Cap Times: Animal research at the UW-Madison has long been a touchy subject — and one that some university officials certainly wish would disappear altogether.
Now, activists are claiming the school is looking to limit access to public records as a way to cover up campus research using animals.
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