ASUC Attorney General Hinh Tran released a statement Tuesday morning stating that he has determined that Student Action Senator Rosemary Hua did not commit any violations of the ASUC Constitution or bylaws.
Tran announced an ongoing investigation into a senator’s alleged misuse of ASUC polling resources at an ASUC Senate committee meeting Monday night. Hua had allegedly used ASUC polling resources for a class project.
“In the course of our investigation, my office determined that the original trigger for the investigation, an inquiry submitted to my office regarding possible violations of ASUC rules, was premised on inaccurate information based on several misunderstandings,” Tran said in the statement.
Tran said documentation provided by Hua demonstrated that she used a publicly available polling service and paid for the survey with her own money.
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