LOS ANGELES -- In her first University of California Board of Regents meeting as president this week, Janet Napolitano proposed freezing the cost of undergraduate tuition for another year while the board explores a new tuition policy.

Napolitano announced her plan, along with other initiatives, at a meeting in San Francisco just six weeks after beginning her tenure as president. She previously served as U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security for four years and prior to that was governor of Arizona.

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