Doyle interviews finalists for UW-Madison Chancellor; first time for governor
In what's thought to be a first, Gov. Jim Doyle interviewed the four finalists for University of Wisconsin-Madison's new chancellor.
The head of the state Assembly Colleges Committee calls it inappropriate.
If Biddy Martin doesn't work out, a spokesman for Rep. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, says the Democratic governor should be held accountable.
But U-W spokesman David Giroux said Doyle did not have a formal role in the way Martin was picked.