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Saturday, December 18, 2004
Narodick v. Leybovich and Lee Dropped By Plaintiff
Personal Agreement Met to Resolve Differences
It's so cool to be able to write about yourself in the third person - but also very obnoxious. So I'm going to stop and go back to the first person.
I dropped my lawsuit against our illustrious ASUC leaders after repeated meetings with President Leybovich and some conversations with other ASUC officials. He and I came to an agreement, and in exchange for my removal of the previously filed injunction:
- President Leybovich will help ensure that the bill that I had written on regulating the commercial revenue fund gets passed by the Senate.
- Only the necessary office equipment as decided upon (computers, printers, speakerphone) will be purchased until the bill is passed.
- Receipts for all purchases made during the Winter Break will be submitted to the first Financial Committee of the first semester.
Now, it can be stated that I have given up a significant amount of my leverage here. However, the original cover sheet only specifies the purchases of the computers to be made by the executives. Future charges can be made to the printer and speakerphone purchases if the revised controlling bill does not pass without risk of double jeopardy, etc. I still retain the option to follow through with the lawsuit if I need to.Email This Post!
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