University of California President Janet Napolitano gestures while speaking to a reporter in 2014 in Oakland. A new law makes it a misdemeanor to interfere with a state audit, after UC officials required local campus administrators to revise survey responses that were critical of UC President Janet Napolitano.
University of California President Janet Napolitano gestures while speaking to a reporter in 2014 in Oakland. A new law makes it a misdemeanor to interfere with a state audit, after UC officials required local campus administrators to revise survey responses that were critical of UC President Janet Napolitano. Ben Margot AP
University of California President Janet Napolitano gestures while speaking to a reporter in 2014 in Oakland. A new law makes it a misdemeanor to interfere with a state audit, after UC officials required local campus administrators to revise survey responses that were critical of UC President Janet Napolitano. Ben Margot AP

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