UT System Regent Hall defends his actions regarding records requests

UT System Regent Hall defends his actions regarding records requests
UT System Regent Wallace Hall talks to Ross Ramsey, the executive editor and co-founder of The Texas Tribune.

UT System Regent Wallace Hall defended his own work regarding access to public information at the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas conference Thursday.

Since being appointed to the board by Gov. Rick Perry in 2011, Hall has requested hundreds of thousands of pages of information in an effort to investigate administrative practices at the University. In February, the Kroll Report, performed by Kroll Associates Inc., a corporate investigations and risk consulting firm, found former President William Powers, Jr. responsible for ……. read more here.

BY MATTHEW ADAMS

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