Two Southern Illinois University professors have settled a lawsuit they filed after the state said they flunked a mandatory online ethics test because they finished too quickly, reports the State Journal-Register of Springfield, Ill. Marvin Zeman and Walter Wallis will both get credit for completing the test they took in 2006. The state Office of Inspector General had invalidated their test results, saying the two did not spend enough time on the material. State employees are required to take an annual ethics test that consists of reading material followed by a series of questions. There are 80 to 90 computer-screen...

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