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Osmond, who sponsored the 2012 legislation, said Tuesday that he and Bramble were clear with the BYU team that it would be unethical — illegal, even — for them to craft legislation tailored for a single vendor. "We have specific ethics laws," Osmond said.

It often happens that a constituent or vendor with a good idea that becomes law is bested in the bidding process, he said.

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Osmond said he found no problems with USOE’s actions or its request-for-proposals and accepted the results of the investigations.

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