Parents of Tucker Hipps win battle to make transparency act permanent
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Clemson, SC (WOLO) –Today Governor Henry McMaster signed into a law a bill designed to require colleges to keep disclosing any violations committed by their Fraternities and Sororities.
The Tucker Hipps Transparency Act is named after Hipps, a student, who died in 2014 after falling off of a bridge during a Fraternity run at Clemson University. In 2016 a temporary version of the bill was passed. Hipps parents have pushed for the bill to become permanent.