(a) The board may issue a subpoena to compel the attendance of a relevant witness
or the production, for inspection and copying, of relevant documents, records, and
other evidence, maintained by electronic or other means, that is in this state.
(b) The board may administer oaths and take testimony and other evidence regarding
any matter under the board's jurisdiction.
(c) If a person fails to comply with a subpoena, the board, acting through the attorney
general, may file suit to enforce the subpoena in a district court in Travis County
or in a county in which a hearing conducted by the board may be held.
(d) On finding that good cause exists for issuing the subpoena, the court shall order
the person to comply with the subpoena. The court may punish a person who fails to obey the court order.
(e) The board shall pay a reasonable fee for photocopies subpoenaed under this section
in an amount not to exceed the amount the board may charge for copies of its own records.
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