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UT Regent Faces Slow Impeachment Process


The battle between some Texas legislators and UT Regent Wallace Hall is moving towards the impeachment process, but it will be a long, slow journey.

Texas House Increases Pressure on UT Regent


The Texas House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations says it has enough reasons to impeach UT Regent Wallace Hall -- but they would like the UT Board of Regents to address...

UT Regents to study Bill Powers job performance


The UT System Board of Regents will take a look at the job performance of UT Austin President William Powers this Thursday. The Board will go into executive session during its regularly scheduled...

State Rep to Gov. Perry: Regent Hall should resign


One state representative on the committee investigating the possibility of impeaching UT System Regent Wallace Hall thinks he has a solution to the controversy. Hall should simply resign.

UT Regent impeachment hearings commence


The investigation into the possible impeachment of UT Regent Wallace Hall officially starts in the Texas Legislature with two days of committee hearings in Austin this week.

Impeachment Committee hires high powered attorney


The battle between UT System Regent Wallace Hall and several state legislators went up a notch Friday when the House Committee looking into possible impeachment of Hall hired famous Houston...

UT Board of Regents blinks, turns over documents


The UT Board of Regents decided to make nice Thursday and fully comply with a documents request from the Texas Legislature.

Battle lines deepen for Regents and Legislature


The tension between the legislature and the UT System Board of Regents continues apace, and now there are signs that the battle will become even more public over the last weeks of the legislative...

UT Regents, Powers Struggle Hits Texas Legislature


The ongoing tensions between the University of Texas Board of Regents and UT-Austin President William Powers has reached all the way to the State Capital and even into the state budget.

Texas Legislature all-in on regents controversy


The Texas Legislature has decided to become officially involved in the controversy involving the UT Board of Regents and President Powers, to the point of give a joint committee subpoena powers.

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