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Ruling should put lawsuit issue to rest

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Trimble’s ruling should have put an end to unnecessary litigation brought forth by a small minority of supposed GSU supporters. The judge made it clear that the GUNAA had not made its case. Yet association president Sharon Armstrong indicated her organization planned to continue its assault on Judson, Clausen and the ULS Board of Supervisors.

“I think we still have a lawsuit against the state and the University of Louisiana System because they haven’t operated in the best interest of Grambling State University,” Armstrong said upon learning of Trimble’s ruling.

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