DALLAS - Louisiana State University System's governing board on Monday rejected a proposed management agreement for a new academic and charity hospital in New Orleans to avoid sharing power with Tulane University.

Board of Supervisors members and LSU officials said they were concerned that revenue from the proposed University Medical Center would not be sufficient to support some $400 million of revenue bonds for the facility without financial support from Tulane.

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