In the latest sign of rising tension between the University of Texas and its bosses, the Austin flagship and the UT System are squabbling over access to records.
Kevin Hegarty, UT-Austin’s vice president and chief financial officer, who is also the school’s custodian of records, said in an email to Dan Sharphorn, the UT System’s interim vice chancellor and general counsel, that he had no choice but to impose a moratorium on supplying open-records files sought by Regent Wallace Hall Jr.
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