Gov. Greg Abbott held the first of three scheduled meetings with Texas mayors on Wednesday — but there's no word yet on whether he'll meet with mayors from the state's five largest cities, including Fort Worth.
Gov. Greg Abbott held the first of three scheduled meetings with Texas mayors on Wednesday — but there's no word yet on whether he'll meet with mayors from the state's five largest cities, including Fort Worth. Robin Jerstad The Texas Tribune
Gov. Greg Abbott held the first of three scheduled meetings with Texas mayors on Wednesday — but there's no word yet on whether he'll meet with mayors from the state's five largest cities, including Fort Worth. Robin Jerstad The Texas Tribune

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