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Laramie County Community College is refusing to release a report that may criticize the conduct of Darrel Hammon, the president, when he served as chaperone on a college-sponsored trip to Costa Rica, The Wyoming Tribune-Eagle reported. The college says that releasing the report could violate the federal law that requires students' privacy to be protected. The Tribune-Eagle, which requested the report, has volunteered to let a judge review the report to see whether its release would create privacy issues, but the college has declined the offer.
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