Illinois has indicted Michael Vernon Warren, the former director of publications and copy services at Chicago State University, charging him with a scheme in which the university overpaid for copy machines and paper purchased from a company he owned, The Chicago Tribune reported. State higher education regulations bar most purchases from businesses owned by university employees. Warren told the Tribune: "I know what I was asked to do, and I don't think I did anything that was improper."
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