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Wallace Hall Speaks

Wallace Hall Speaks

A Travis County Grand Jury today announced it did not have sufficient evidence to indict UT Regent and whistleblower Wallace Hall on any charges regarding his investigations of clout abuse and malfeasance at the University of Texas. Following the announcement from the...

Wallace Hall Vindicated By Hostile Jury

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Wallace Hall Vindicated By Hostile Jury

A Travis County Grand Jury sent out notice earlier today that University of Texas Regent and whistleblower Wallace Hall will not be indicted on any charges, but not before they attempted to besmirch his reputation in a baffling public letter calling for less...

Orwellian Committee Unveiled in New House Rules

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Orwellian Committee Unveiled in New House Rules

On the third day of the 84th legislative session, the Texas House is set to take up a rules resolution, which if adopted, would make permanent an investigatory committee with an Orwellian name and draconian powers. The proposal, House Resolution 4, is scheduled for...

Wallace Hall Wins

Wallace Hall Wins

In a symbolic vote Monday afternoon, the Texas House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations, a committee headed by State Representative Dan Flynn (R–Van), chose to “Admonish” and “Censure” University of Texas Regent Wallace Hall for his efforts to...

Former Board of Regents Chairman Criticizes Foster

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Former Board of Regents Chairman Criticizes Foster

Today we received a copy of a letter sent to current University of Texas Board of Regents Chairman Paul Foster by Charles Miller, criticizing his recent call for fellow regent Wallace Hall to resign. Charles Miller was appointed to the University of Texas Board of...

When Surrender is Not ‘Selfless’

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When Surrender is Not ‘Selfless’

Yesterday, at a University of Texas Regents meeting, Regent Alex Cranberg compared legislative and media efforts to remove Regent Wallace Hall to a “lynch mob.” This is a completely accurate portrayal of the campaign to destroy Hall’s good name. Despite the claims of...

Where’s the tape?

Where’s the tape?

As the House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations meets today to consider impeaching UT Regent Wallace Hall, the question that should be on everyone's minds is: Where's the tape? Last week lawyers for Hall wrote a letter to the committee asking...