Committee "Very Close" to Consensus on Wallace Hall

Hours of testimony before the House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations on Wednesday yielded new insights into the goings-on in the University of Texas community, new options for the committee and a palpable sense of desire for its impeachment probe of UT System Regent Wallace Hall to reach a conclusion.

Committee co-chair Dan Flynn, R-Van, told reporters after the meeting, which included a roughly two-hour executive session, that he believed members were "very close" to reaching consensus on a final outcome. The committee plans to meet again on Aug. 11.

For more than a year, the committee ...

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