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CSU fee question heads to ballot

by The Concordian March 7, 2001
Concordia undergraduate students will be asked whether they want to change the way they pay their student union fee.
The Concordia Student Union Council of Representatives approved a first version
of the question during a council meeting on Feb. 28. This question proposed to charge students $1.50 per credit, plus a separate 40 cent per credit charge dedicated to clubs.
But that version has been amended. CSU President Rob Green said he discussed the
issue further with his executive and used his presidential powers to amend the question in time for the referendum applications deadline.

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