The House Oversight committee meets Tuesday for yet another round of hearings into the defunct video game company 38 Studios. The hearings come after the release of thousands of documents related to the state’s lawsuit with the company.
Among the major takeaways, the documents revealed some lawmakers may have known about a potential 38 Studios deal months before previously acknowledged. At Tuesday’s meeting the house oversight committee will receive an updated timeline of events.
The state’s deal with the video game company left taxpayers on the hook for some $75 million, after the company folded. The state’s lawsuit began in 2012. The House Oversight committee is expected to review the thousands of pages of documents, released this past summer.
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