Pitts: Enough Evidence to Impeach UT Regent Hall

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Updated, 7:45 p.m.:

Records requests that University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall filed with the University of Texas at Austin were the subject of hours of testimony Tuesday afternoon during a legislative committee hearing, as witnesses discussed the volume and legality of the requests, as well as the motivation behind the requests.

The House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations heard from Kevin Hegarty, UT-Austin’s chief financial officer and custodian of records, and Carol Longoria, the university’s open records coordinator. The committee is mulling whether to file articles of impeachment against Hall, in part for ...

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