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m. so the board could discuss whether to challenge the constitutionality of a state law adopted last April requiring UND to retain its Fighting Sioux nickname and logoThat law was repealed during a November special session of the Legislature but it was reinstated last week following the filing of petitions seeking to refer the repeal to a statewide vote during the June primary electionThe Associated Press raised a question about today’s meeting and whether the board planned to close the session to discuss strategy and options with Stenehjem"I realize that North Dakota’s open meetings law allows you to have a closed session in this instance but I believe there are stronger public policy reasons for having an open discussion" AP correspondent Dale Wetzel wrote in a letter to Shaft and other board members"First of all I doubt having an open session with your attorney is going to tell any potential legal adversaries something they do not already know" Wetzel wrote "This issue has already been extensively litigated It has been to the North Dakota Supreme Court So I do not believe the board’s hand would be weakened legally by having the meeting with the attorney general in the open"Secondly the decision on whether to challenge the law that requires (UND) to be known as the Fighting Sioux is inextricably linked to the question of whether this would be a good public policy move Does the board by defending its constitutional prerogatives risk alienating the public by attempting to derail a voter referendum"The essential issue "is a public policy debate that should be conducted in the open" Wetzel wroteSean Johnson a spokesman for the pro-nickname referral effort also said he thought the meeting should be open "Openness in government is always best" Johnson said "There is nothing they should be discussing today which every North Dakotan should not be privy to We are of course hopeful they will decide not to attempt to impede the democratic process that those same North Dakotans have asked for via referendum"Board’s challenge: Protecting UNDShaft said that board members "are traveling all over" and he himself may have to participate in today’s meeting by phone from his car as he returns from conducting legal business in Fargo but he expects the full board will be dialed in to participateHe said the board will consider whether to ask the state Supreme Court to declare the April 2011 law unconstitutional thereby making the referral moot or to put its efforts into defeating the attempt to override the repealUnder state law a constitutionality challenge would require affirmative votes from four of the state’s five Supreme Court justices and nickname supporters could resist the effort That could include Rep Al Carlson R-Fargo the House majority leader and author of the law adopted last April who has repeatedly defended the Legislature’s right to take such action and disputed the extent of the State Board’s constitutional authorityShaft said today that "there are decent arguments to be made for each" option facing the board but each also carries a risk The board could stand back from a challenge and let the referral proceed "and hope the people do the right thing" he said But that would mean "that we are not setting out our constitutional authority" as the board"We have a duty to protect the university But if you do that short-term through a constitutional challenge do you damage the university long-term by bolstering the constitutional amendment effort"The pro-nickname group sponsoring the petition drive for a referred measure also is circulating petitions for an initiated measure that would secure the Fighting Sioux name in the state Constitution That will take petitions bearing about 27000 signatures double the referral requirement but the nickname supporters have until Aug 8 to collect that many to place the question on the November general election ballotShaft said he was glad to see statements late last week from Tim O’Keefe leader of the UND Alumni Association and Brian Faison the school’s athletic director warning of severe consequences UND could face if the nickname — and NCAA sanctions — continue"I’m glad they did that" Shaft said "But had a lot of that happened earlier we might not be in the position we’re in today"As is customary when the board meets by teleconference UND will make a feed available to reporters and others in a Twamley Hall conference roomReach Haga at (701) 780-1102; (800) 477-6572 ext 102; or send email to [email protected] The Nigeria Customs Service NCS has retired five deputy comptroller-generals and 30 senior officers in the service in its ongoing reorganisation The NCS Public Relations Officer Mr Wale Adeniyi announced this in a statement on Friday He said that the service was currently undergoing reorganisation to reposition it The statement reads: “34 Senior Officers have been retired from Service with immediate effect The re-organization of the Service is one of the core mandates of the Comptroller-General of Customs Col Hameed Ali (Rtd) “Those affected in the exercise are five Deputy Comptrollers-General of Customs (DCGs) who have earlier given notification to the Comptroller-General for voluntary disengagement They are John Atte MFR Ibrahim Mera OON Musa Tahir mni Austin Nwosu and Akinade Adewuyi “Three others of the rank of Assistant Comptroller-General are also affected in the re-organization exercise “They are Madu Mohammed mni Secretary to the Nigeria Customs Board Victor Gbemudu Zonal Coordinator Zone ‘A’ and Bello Liman Assistant Comptroller-General (Headquarters) “The rest are of the rank of Comptrollers serving in Customs Headquarters Zonal Offices and various Area Commands” NAN Milan: Men’s tennis steps into the unknown next week when the young guns expected to follow in the footsteps of the current golden generation contest the inaugural Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan Not only will the five-day tournament showcase exciting talents such as Canadian Denis Shapovalov and rising Russian trio Andrey Rublev Karen Khachanov and Daniil Medvedev it will trial some new innovations aimed at “future-proofing” the sport Several other sports notably cricket have adopted new shortened formats to appeal to a younger generation of fans both at venues and on television (L-R) Andrey Rublev Denis Shapovalov Hyeon Chung Gianluigi Quinzi Daniil Medvedev Jared Donaldson Borna Coric and Karen Khachanov pose during the Next Gen ATP Finals draw ceremony Getty The Next Gen ATP Finals eligible to players aged 21 and under will attempt to follow suit by offering a glimpse of potential grand slam battles over the next decade Perhaps motivated by the void looming when the likes of 30-somethings Roger Federer Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka decide to hang up their rackets the ATP is determined to adapt to a changing marketplace Next Gen trailblazer Alexander Zverev will be missing in Milan after a stunning year allowed the German to qualify with the ‘big boys’ for the following week’s ATP Finals in London But in the likes of Shapovalov ranked 51 in the world 45th-ranked Khachanov and Rublev the highest-ranked at 37 the men’s Tour body has an embarrassment of riches as it launches a tournament it hopes will become established on the calendar Guinea pigs The qualifiers appear happy to be “guinea pigs” for the new format featuring amongst other things short sets on-court coaching shot clocks and electronic line calls But they are wary of turning their backs on tradition “I don’t think this will be the future and I hope they don’t change the rules because then they change the sport” 20-year-old Rublev who claimed his first ATP title this year said “It’s better to make a new sport if they are going to change the rules” American Jared Donaldson thinks some of the tweaks the ATP will trial next week could find their way to the main Tour “There is a fine line between innovation and when it becomes a novelty and I think that is something that must be closely watched” the 21-year-old world number 55 said in a conference call after booking his place in the tournament “But there are rules that could benefit the game” Donaldson said he likes the idea of shorter warm-ups saying the five-minute knock-up players get before matches is too long and can turn off television viewers But the idea of replacing line judges with machines is a step too far Donaldson believes “I do think that anything that can innovate the game and make it more exciting and watchable is good” he said ”Electronic line calls I think that is a negative for the sport As a fan of tennis I really enjoy the Challenge system it’s better than in baseball and American football “Reviews are crowd engaging and that is a positive But you never know maybe people will love it” Croatia’s Borna Coric is happy to be part of a new vanguard and thinks scrapping the let rule on serve — which will be the case in Milan — is a good idea ”The no-let rule I like“ Coric the most experienced if not the oldest player in Milan told Reuters ”If you hit a good forehand and it clips the net you don’t stop the point ”So the serve should be the same “The other rules I‘m not necessarily for or against them but I will go with the flow” The other players in Milan are South Korean Hyeon Chung and a yet-to be-decided Italian under-21 wildcard Round-robin play starts on Tuesday The gun George Zimmerman used in 2012 to kill Trayvon Martin showed up on two separate online gun sales sites Thursday But do online sales mean it wouldnt go through a standard background check That all depends on where its purchased gun experts say Zimmerman initially listed the handgun that he used to kill Martin a black 17-year-old in Sanford Fla," Volokh says, Bellamy,” Carlos Tevez remains in Argentina after returning to his homeland without permission a fortnight ago but, District Judge Royce Lamberth to allow both sides to respond to a 29 April decision from a federal appeals court. Miller has accepted the offer, “The information at our disposal shows that the plot is to indiscriminately kill innocent people to create the impression of ethnically or sectarian motivated attacks.Adult film-star Stormy Daniels, then it will vote for us tomorrow. The defence chief said this yesterday in Lagos at the commissioning of the dog centre of the Nigerian Army said to be the first of its kind in West Africa.

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