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the Texas Senate Committee on Transportation and Homeland Security
and Committee on International Relations and Trade
Chairs Carona and Lucio, Vice-Chairs Watson and Patrick, and
Committee Members, thank you for this opportunity to come before
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The purposes of this…
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