A University of Texas System regent facing possible impeachment and a state senator who might have to sit in judgment of him shared a stage Saturday, but they shared little in terms of how they say a regent should operate.
Regent Wallace L. Hall Jr. of Dallas, who has obtained hundreds of thousands of pages of records from UT-Austin, defended his review of financial, admissions and other matters as his duty. Regents, who are appointed by the governor, serve without pay.
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