Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, right, speaks to the Legislature Tuesday. At left is Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, right, speaks to the Legislature Tuesday. At left is Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. Stephen Spillman AP
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, right, speaks to the Legislature Tuesday. At left is Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick. Stephen Spillman AP

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