They’ve got a point-counterpoint with Sen. Conrad Appel in favor of the merger, though Appel tries to deflate the issue a little by de-emphasizing the use of “merger” as a description of the changes, and Rep. Austin Badon opposed.
What I don’t get is why nobody ever mentions that Badon is on the payroll at SUNO. That’s not a piece of information a reader or viewer might like to know in assessing his opinion of SUNO’s future? Certainly Badon is entitled to speak in favor of the status quo, but a little full disclosure wouldn’t hurt anybody, no?
Anyhow, the video…