(Staff Editorial in The Wall Street Journal):
What do you do if you’re hired to provide accountability at a public university and your effort lands you in the district attorney’s office facing possible criminal charges? That’s the fate of Wallace Hall, a regent at the University of Texas who asked uncomfortable questions about lawmakers getting special favors at the state-funded school and has become a political target.
On Monday a special committee of the state house will begin debating whether to recommend impeaching Mr. Hall as a UT regent for such grave misdeeds as asking the university to produce too many documents. Mr. Hall’s real offense has been to expose a cozy and possibly corrupt relationship between politicians and the university. READ MORE HERE