The University of Washington police department authorized an undercover officer to attend and participate in planning meetings of a student activist group that was organizing on behalf of employees at the university, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported. University officials acknowledged that the monitoring took place, and said that it was not consistent with university policy and had been stopped.
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