Oklahoma State University had high hopes for an unusual fund-raising strategy involving the purchase of insurance policies on major donors -- with the goal of supporting athletics programs. Now the university is suing the life insurance company that managed the program, charging that inflated premiums and bad information gave the university a false sense of the program's potential, the Associated Press reported.
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