From the Dayton Daily News. They don’t say how much they had to pay to get the records from the university and foundation. Last year UO would have released similar data free, but since this spring’s Hubin/Berdahl public records crackdown it would probably cost a curious reporter hundreds or thousands of dollars, under the perverse logic that this sort of thing is not an issue of legitimate “public interest”. Hubin agreed this Friday to one public interest fee waiver, the first since the crackdown. Details later. 9/24/2012.