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March 26, 2008

Good links

www.lawcollective.org/article.php?id=201
http://minnlawyer.blogspot.com/search/label/Republican%20National%20Convention
http://www.nlgminnesota.org/rnc2008

March 3, 2008

Student Group Stuff

Hey everyone,
If you volunteered to be an officer please electronically sign your Officer Declaration Form asap so we can get the next steps done.

A Constitution Needs to be written:
Writing guide: http://www.sua.umn.edu/groups/start/constitution-guide.php
sample constitutions: http://www.sua.umn.edu/groups/forms/constitution_1.pdf
http://www.sua.umn.edu/groups/forms/constitution_2.pdf

here is one that i slightly edited: Download file
lots still needs to be done (ex: what do officers do? do we vote? etc.)
PLEASE EDIT AND REPOST!

the equal opportunity form needs to be turned in:
http://www.sua.umn.edu/groups/forms/equal_opportunity.pdf

We also need to make an appointment with a Student Unions and Activities Officer to discuss our constitution and turn in a $25 check.
to make an appointment: http://www.sua.umn.edu/groups/advising.php

Our groups ID number is 2131.

We don't get the liability insurance and other benefits until we finish all the steps so we should probably get it done sooner rather than later.

February 11, 2008

Questions for Wed. Panel


• What would you do in this situation? (Officer and Legal advisor)
• What if we write “FUCK BUSH? on the side of a wall? Extremes…(Officer)
• What if someone else does something that we don’t believe in? What are we as a group liable for? What do we need to be careful of in terms of keeping other people in check? (Legal)
• What bike laws, if not followed would really get us into trouble? Signaling turns etc. (Legal and Officer)
• What things should we be aware of when going out? What are major things we can get caught up on, legally?
• Generator laws…

February 1, 2008

Panel Discussion, Feb. 13, 2:30-4:30

We are ON for a panel discussion on Feb. 13, 2:30-4:30pm, in Regis (room to be decided).

The event is during our class hours, but the start time gives us 1 hour to prepare our thoughts and space.

The participants are the following:
-Mary Altman, Minneapolis Art Commission Public Arts Coordinator (confirmed)
-Mike Hoyt, Director of Kulture Klub (confirmed)
-Nora Paul, Director of the Institute for New Media Studiesat the U of M (confirmed)
-Jim Nystrom, UMN Police officer responsible for West Bank and Athletic Facilities (confirmed)
-Tracy Smith, UMN General Council Attorney in charge of student activities (confirmed)
-Steve Johnson, UMPD Deputy Chief

I will act as a moderator for the first segment of the panel discussion (about one hour); we then open the discussion to questions and answers for another hour.

Please leave your thoughts on questions to ask and topics to address as comments to this post.

January 28, 2008

Legal


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January 24, 2008

random graffiti law websites

just doing some random browsing on graffiti laws in minneapolis.. here are some websites i found:


http://www.ci.minneapolis.mn.us/graffiti/index.asp

and this one is more interesting

http://www.anti-graffiti.org/legis.htm