Image:  The Florida Legislature passed a bill Friday that would close presidential searches at state colleges and universities, effectively keeping applicants’ identities hidden from the public until the institution decides on three finalists. Under Florida’s existing open records laws, the names of applicants are available to the public throughout the search process. The state House of Representatives approved the bill 86 to 26, and the state Senate passed the measure last month. Now...

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