Groups Investigating E-Mails of Professors in Michigan and Wisconsin Produce No Evidence of Wrongdoing

Two conservative groups that have stirred controversy by demanding that public colleges in Michigan and Wisconsin hand over professors' e-mails related to labor controversies have failed to produce any evidence of wrongdoing by the scholars from the documents obtained.

One of the two groups, the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, has blamed its investigation's lack of findings on the paucity of e-mails relinquished by the universities in response to its open-records