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Order to Dissolve the Injunction

On July 26, U.S. District Judge Walter S. Smith Jr. ordered that the temporary restraining order and any temporary injunction directing Baylor to refrain from demolition of the Hughes-Dillard Alumni Center be dissolved. In addition, the judge ruled that BAA executive officers Elizabeth Coker and Collin Cox had not failed to act in good faith, and he ruled all injunction factors in favor of the BAA and Baylor University.

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