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In Texas, university regents are less diverse than their schools' students

Gov. Greg Abbott's office says it has made strides with his appointments, but political scientists and lawmakers say age and finances can play a role in the discrepancy.

Students on Texas A&M University's campus on Nov. 11, 2015.

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