The state House transparency committee began its investigation of a University of Texas System regent Monday in a way that didn’t seem all that transparent: It went behind closed doors for about an hour and 45 minutes.
A lawyer for Regent Wallace L. Hall Jr., who faces the possibility of being the first unelected official in Texas history to be impeached, was quick to take note.
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