Committee Investigating Hall Nears End of Inquiry

With the conclusion of a legislative committee’s investigation of University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall on the horizon, if not imminent, the panel is likely to wrap up its sessions without hearing from the man at the center of the inquiry.

“It’s my desire that we conclude our investigation by the end of the year,” state Rep. Dan Flynn, R-Van, the co-chairman of House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations, said Tuesday.

On Wednesday, the panel will begin its latest round of hearings on allegations that Hall had misused his office to conduct what some ...

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