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Time to Answer the Call

November meeting of the Garland Tea Party 
November 9, 2015, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Garland Central Library
North Program Room
625 Austin St.
Garland, TX  75040

Featured Speaker will be Gene Blanton.

Speaking on
"Sheepdogs UP! 
America's Warrior Answering the Call"

Gene Blanton was a Sergeant in the United States Marines and received four meritorious promotions for his leadership abilities.  He is currently "Chief Warfighting Officer" of the Semper Fidelis Leadership Institute.

Join us in honoring our military and veterans on November 9.  

Don't forget our Thanksgiving project benefitting the Garland Salvation Army.

 Please bring any of these non-perishable foods:  

Canned Meat (tuna, chicken, Spam, ham, salmon), Chili, Beef Stew;

Canned Ravioli, Spaghetti/Meatballs, Mac & Cheese

Spaghetti or Pasta (dried) and canned sauce

Peanut Butter & Jelly (18-24 oz. size)

Rice & Beans (1lb. pkgs)

Canned Fruit (peaches, pears, fruit cocktail, oranges, pineapple)


The Garland Tea Party, along with several local organizations, is represented on the

Texans for Freedom and Liberty Board

and is happy to help sponsor and announce this event.


Shooting for Liberty


Tickets Now on Sale

Click HERE or go to


Transportation Town Hall Meeting

Hosted by Senator Don Huffines

Featured Guest Speakers

Garland Mayor Douglas Athas

 Victor Vandergriff, Texas Transportation Commission

Michael Morris, North Central Texas Council of Governments




This is a very important issue for Garland.  It will involve updating the IH635 corridor that runs through Galrand.  The legislature needs to make transportaion a priority, and this update needs to be done without raising taxes and without adding fees or toll lanes. 


During this year's session, the Texas Legislature allocated funds in existing revenue to build new and better roads without increasing taxes, fees, or tolls. Senator Huffines served as Vice-Chair of the Transportation Committee and was co-author on Senate Joint Resolution 5, which is now Proposition 7 on the November 3 ballot.

Texans want the best toll-free roads in America, and this will help get us closer to that goal.  If voters approve Proposition 7, Texas will dedicate $2.5 billion more to roads in 2018, and more in the future.  However, Texas needs to continue to make road construction and maintenance a priority to improve Texans’ quality of life and keep our economy moving. More transportation funding, is needed, and we need to do it without raising taxes, without more debt, and without tolls.


Please join us for this important discussion!


October Monthly Meeting

Garland Tea Party

Date: October 12, 2015

Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Location: Garland Central Library

North Program Room

625 Austin St.

Garland, TX  74050

Featured speaker will be Dr. Carole Haynes.

Dr. Haynes will discuss the status of the reauthorization of ESEA (‘No Child Left Behind’) with the resignation of House Speaker John Boehner.  Carole will show how this dangerous bill has embedded Common Core and the United Nations agenda while rapidly moving us toward nationalized education, contrary to what Beltway politicians are saying.  She will talk about how we can stop this.



Dr. Carole Haynes is a speaker, commentator and writer about education and cultural public policy as well a being a business entrepreneur and musician.  She received a doctorate in Education Curriculum Development & Administration from the University of Memphis with a minor in history.

Carole has taught in public schools, at Memphis Jr. College and at the University of Memphis.  She has served at the School Board level on various textbook committees.  

Dr. Haynes commentaries can be found in a variety of publications including Texas Insider, American Thinker, World Net Daily, Education Views and National Center of Policy Analysis (NCPA) as well as at her website.

Please remember our bookswap project.  Bring your used books to contribute to our GTP library and select books that you would like to read.

Also remember we are collecting food for the Garland Salvation Army.  Please bring any of these non-perishiable foods:  

Canned Meat (tuna, chicken, Spam, ham, salmon), Chili, Beef Stew;

Canned Ravioli, Spaghetti/Meatballs, Mac & Cheese

Spaghetti or Pasta (dried) and canned sauce

Peanut Butter & Jelly (18-24 oz. size)

Rice & Beans (1lb. pkgs)

Canned Fruit (peaches, pears, fruit cocktail, oranges, pineapple)

Economic Freedom in Action

Americans for Prosperity:
Help carry the torch of economic freedom! 

Join us for our next monthly meeting: 

September 14, 2014
7:00 - 8:30 pm
Garland Central Library
North Program Room
625 Austin St..
Garland, TX  75040

Our guest speaker will be Eugene Ralph, Field Director for Americans for Prosperity (AFP)- Texas.  Eugene will be sharing some of the legislative work accomplished by AFP as well as their field plan going forward.

Eugene is also Vice President of Game Chaingers, an organization involved in outreach to minority communities.  He will discuss the importance of this community engagement as we move forward in spreading the conservative message.

Eugene was also a radio talk show host in New Orleans from 2000 to 2005 and is an ordained minister. 


We already have a substantial number of books available for you to choose from.

We want to be good citizens in our community and hope you will join us in coming along side our local Salvation Army in assisting them in the great work they do.

Date:         August 10, 2015

Time:        6:45 pm - 8:30 pm (NOTE EARLY START TIME)

Locaton:  Garland Central Library

                 North Program Room

                 625 Austin St.

                 Garland, TX  75040


Garland Tea Party will be hosting a movie night this month, featuring the movie, AGENDA, Grinding America Down.  If you ever wonder how the left has managed to achieve so much, so quickly, this movie reveals their agenda and how they are implementing it.  

Have you been concerned about how our freedoms are being eroded:  freedom of speech, religious liberty, over regulation, etc.?  The left has said that if they can destroy morality, patriotism and religious liberty in American, the nation will collapse from within.  This documentary explains, in detail, how this is being achieved.

Join us in Aug.10; be informed, learn how we can resist and push back the AGENDA to destroy our freedoms.

Complimentary popcorn and bottled water will be provided.


"Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."   John Adams



Update from TX 84th Legislative




Sponsored by Garland, Mesquite/Sunnyvale & Richardson Tea Parties


The Texas legislature meets for 140 days every two years.  The 84th session was held this year and ended June 1.  

On June 13, you will have an opportunity to hear from our State Senators and Representatives.  They will briefly share with us what they believe were wins and losses for Texas and for their districts.  But most importantly, you will be able to ask them questions about what passed in the last legislative session, the consequences of those bills, which bills didn't make it through the session and why.

So get your questions ready, whether it be about the budget, transportation, toll roads, American Law for American Courts (ALAC), religious liberty, the power grid, ethics/transparency, education, etc. There will be ample time for questions and answers.

The following senators and representatives will be participating in a panel discussion:




  Senator Bob Hall               Senator Don Huffines

          SD 2                                          SD 16





 Representative                         Representative                  

   Cindy Burkett                           Angie Button                       

       HD 113                                      HD 112      



        Representative Kenneth Sheets



Senator Van Taylor and Representative Linda Koop were invited but are unable to participate.


Score cards and report cards on the votes cast in this last legislative session are starting to come out.  Links to two conservative organizations' reports are listed below.

Check and see how your legislators are rated.

Concerned Women for America
Empower Texans Fiscal Responsibility Index




June 8, 2015

7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Garland Central Library

625 Austin St., North Program Room

Garland, TX 75040


Stephanie Conway, local Field Director for TurningPointUSA will join us to share what they are doing to attract young people to conservatism.


TurningPointUSA is the fastest growing and most innovative youth movement in the country. They believe in:


Free Markets

Limited government

Fiscal Responsibility


Turning Point USA starts conversations among young people, by educating them about fiscal responsibility, free markets, and capitalism. Through non-partisan debate, dialogue, and discussion, Turning Point USA believes that every young person can be enlightened to true free market values.


Join us on June 8, and bring as many young people as you can!  Let's learn how to connect with the next generation and pass on our conservative values.

We will also feature a couple of our own Garland millennials. You don't want to miss this one.


Let's show appreciation to GPD

They are doing an outstanding job for us in Garland.

At Sunday night’s terrorist attack at the Culwell Events Center, we witnessed Garland’s Police Department (GPD) in action as they took fire from two terrorists.  We thank God they were not critically hurt.  Their quick and decisive response, without a doubt, saved lives that would have been lost had they not stopped the two gunmen, each armed with AK-47’s, intent on killing attendees as they came out of the Culwell Center at the conclusion of the event.  GPD made us proud.  We are very grateful to have them protecting Garland and for keeping attendees at this event safe. 

While on the job every day, our police officers spend a lot of time at the police station, “on the ready,” to react to calls for help or driving around our neighborhoods in their squad cars keeping Garland safe. To show our appreciation, we think they could use some snacks while spending time simply being available to help Garland citizens.  So as a way to say thank you for their amazing work on Sunday night, May 3, and every day, the Garland Tea Party would like to collect snacks, such as chips, cookies, candy, nuts, etc. and deliver those to the Garland Police Station with thank you notes attached from our members.

These snacks can be brought to our May 11, meeting.  If you are unable to be at the meeting and still want to participate, you can send Joline Tate a private message on Facebook or call 972-741-0000, to arrange a drop off location. 

You may want to consider purchasing snacks from Walmart or Sam’s on N. Garland Rd. across the street from the Culwell Center, to in some measure make it up to them, since they were forced to evacuate and shut down business during the incident. 

Come & be informed...

Get ready to learn how government works.

Have you been frustrated about what's going on in government?  Have you wondered how things get done.....whether it's in Garland, Austin or  Washington?  Well, this month, we will have Chris Davis, who has been closely involved with the political process, share about government structure on several levels and explain how laws/bills get passed by those who are elected to represent you and much more.

You will not want to miss this meeting.  Chris is a dynamic speaker; it will be educational, eye-opening and fun.
Monday, May 11, 2015
7:00 - 8:30 pm
Garland Central Library
North Program Room
625 Austin St.
Garland, TX 75040
Remember, this month, if you bring a guest to the meeting, you will be entered into a drawing for a very nice prize!  If you bring two guests, you will be entered twice.

Those of you who attended our last meeting were part of an initiative to contact our Texas legislators in support of the two American Law for American Courts (ALAC) bills that had been filed, one in the House and one in the Senate.  If you participated, you need  to give yourselves a round of applause because progress has been made on both bills.  

Here's what happened:
  • House bill 562 has been voted out of committee and was sent to Calendars on 4/27, where, hopefully, it will soon be scheduled for a floor vote.
  • Senate bill 531, which had been sitting in committee for quite some time, with no action, is now scheduled for public hearing on 5/4, where it should be voted out of committee and sent to Calendars.
  • At the time of our last meeting, when we mailed cards to our legislators, the Senate bill had no co-sponsors. Since then, both Garland's State Senators have signed on as co-sponsors.

    The Garland Tea Party thanks both Senators Don Huffines and Bob Hall for signing on as co-sponsors to Senate Bill 531 and giving it their support.  

    If you want to thank them, personally, you can do so using the information below.
Senator Don Huffines
P.O. Box 12068, Capitol Ext. E1.608
Austin, TX  78711

Senator Bob Hall
P.O. Box 12068, Capitol Ext. E1.808
Austin, TX  78711


May 9 - Local Election

We have a local election coming up, and I hope everyone will get out and cast their vote. We have no City of Garland positions on the ballot this year. What you will see on our ballot is two Garland ISD positions, and one of those is uncontested. Contents of the Garland ballot is at the end of this post.

With only one vote to cast, it may not seem very important that we make the effort to get to the polls. However, GISD has an enrollment over 58,000 students at 71 campuses. It is the second-largest school district in Dallas County. Every Trustee we elect to serve on the board makes important decisions that impact these thousands of students, employees and taxpayers. In addition, many local elections are decided by as few as 20 votes or less. Let's not sit this one out; it is significant.

Early voting begins tomorrow, and Election Day is May 9. Below are the dates, times & polling locations



Garland Location:
Richland College, Garland Campus
675 W. Walnut
Garland, TX 75040

Note: During early voting, you may vote at any Dallas County location. A list of those locations can be seen at

Monday, April 27 - Friday, May 1 - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday, May 2 - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday, May 3 - 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Monday, May 4 & Tuesday, May 5 - 7:00 am - 7:00 pm


Location for all precincts can be viewed at

Saturday, May 9 - 7:00 am - 7:00 pm




For Member of Board of Trustees:

Place 6 Vote for One*
Dwight Davis
Robert Selders, Jr.

Place 7 Vote for One**
Rick Lambert *

* This is an open seat; there is no incumbent.

**Mr. Lambert is the incumbent and does not have a challenger.

Texas Tea Party Rally 2015

Who: All who support the Tea Party principles of: Limited Government, Fiscal Responsibility, Personal Responsibility, Rule of Law and National & State Sovereignty, whether you belong to a group, attend meetings or not! Nearly 100 Tea Parties from around the state are participating. 

WHAT: First ever statewide Tea Party rally

WHERE: South steps of the Texas Capitol Building in Austin

WHEN: Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Rally: Noon - 1:00 pm
Breakout Sessions: 2:00 pm and 3:00 
(See details below)
Citizen Lobbying: 1:30 - 5:00 pm (More information on this will be provided via flyer at the rally.)

WHY: To check on legislation mid-session and to show solidarity with Texas Tea Parties.

COST: This event is free to all. You are encouraged to purchase a $15.00 event t-shirt to help defray costs. Order here:

PLEASE NOTE: T-shirts must be ordered by April 7. Select the option to pick them up on site in Austin. Morgan McComb will be distributing them to all those who have ordered and paid online. If you select the option to have them delivered to your home; they will NOT arrive in time.

RSVP: Only required for breakout sessions (see blow). If you're on Facebook, please help promote the event by signing up at 

SPEAKERS: Brandon Darby, Managing Director of BreitbartTexas
Michael Quinn Sulivan, President of Empower Texans/Texans for
Fiscal Responsibility
Jonathan Stickland - State Representative, Dist. 92
....and more!

BREAKOUT SESSIONS: There will be very limited space for each of the breakout sessions. Seats are will be reserved on a first-come, First-served basis. Sign up by emailing 

2:00 pm - Wade Miller - Social Media for Beginners
2:00 pm - NAGR - How to Lobby Effectively From Home or In-Person
2:00 pm - James Stanley - How to Follow the Money
3:30 pm - Wade Miller - Social Media, Advanced Skills
3:30 pm - Brett Rogers - Candidate Training and How To Help Your Candidate
TRANSPORTATION: Some Tea Parties are organizing buses to the event. For more information, email If busing won't work for you, consider carpooling with someone you know planning to drive.

BRING: Camp chair/blanket, umbrella, signs/posters, walking shoes - if desired

Congressman Pete Sessions will conduct a townhall meeting

April 9, 2015

7:00 - 8:00 pm

Highland Park Middle School Cafeteria

3555 Granada Ave.

Dallas, TX  75205




Join us for our next meeting:

Monday, March 23, 2015

7:00 - 8:30 pm

Garland Central Library (Downtown)

North Program Room

625 Austin St.

Garland, TX  75040



Dorrie O'Brien, formerly of Act for America, will be our featured speaker.  Dorrie is considered an expert on radical Islam.  She will be talking about the history of ISIS and other terror groups.  With recent events and developments in Garland, this will be a very timely presentation.

Dorrie has spoken on Islam, jihad and shariah law to numerous organizations, including Tea Party groups.  She is the author of the book, 500 Islamic Words You Should Know -  a glossary of Islamic terms and words - a mini-encyclopedia of Islamic history.

This should be a very informative presentation.  You'll want to bring a friend or two with you.

"Once a government is committed to the principle of silencing the voice of opposition, it has only one way to go, and that is down the path of increasingly repressive measures, until it becomes a source of terror to all its citizens and creates a country where everyone lives in fear."  

Harry S. Truman

The Texas legislature in currently in session, and it is urgent that grassroots activists across Texas make their voices heard regarding the funding for border security.   
There is a critical, immediate need for border security to be added to the supplemental budget.  This transitional money is desperately needed as the Congress and the Administration continue to fight over Obama's illegal amnesty.  Texas needs to keep its State Troopers and National Guard in place on the border until the next biennium budget that funds a border security plan can be passed.  We cannot afford a lapse in our vigilance.

Below are links to DPS reports addressing Texas security. Being familiar with these documents, will help you discuss these issues with your elected officials, the media, and the public. 
JoAnn Fleming of Grassroots America provided the information below.  There are a lot of legislators on the contact lists, but if you can at least contact the committee chairmen and your own legislators, if they are listed, it would be a tremendous help.  Also, if you use social media, engage that way.

Action Alert! Border Security is at risk in the Texas House!
A 2/15/15 conference call with JoAnn Fleming (Grassroots America) and Dale Huls (Clear Lake TEA Party) sounded the alarm to start calling key TX House Committee members this week.  At stake is continued funding for the Texas National Guard, which has been drawn down to 200 members.  Last week, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick called for continued funding for border security.  According to public statements and news accounts, Speaker Joe Straus shrugged off Patrick’s call with a notable lack of enthusiasm.
This is NOT about Joe Straus and Dan Patrick.  This is NOT about a political squabble. This is about the safety and security of Texas.  Since Texas is the largest border entry into the US from Mexico, it is a gateway to the interior of the US.  With the dithering of the GOP leadership in Washington, we cannot count on them to secure the border, and Obama's executive amnesty will attract more and more illegal border crossers!  We are also sitting ducks for terrorists.
The people of Texas elected Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick with a mandate to secure the Texas border and deal with the high cost of illegal aliens and criminal activity related to cartels and transnational gangs running rampant in our state.  Abbott and Patrick did not run to the mushy middle in the General Election.  They ran as reformers, and that is what the people of Texas elected them to do.  Now, "We the People" must hold them accountable.
If you want funding for border security to continue, you must make your voice heard beginning today!  The Homeland Security & Public Safety Committee meets tomorrow 2/17/15 at 8 am.  Ways & Means meets tomorrow at 8:30 am, and a subcommittee of Appropriations meets on Thursday at 8 AM.  Those are the committees (see below) to call first, but every person on the committees listed below needs to hear from you.  They will make decisions on bills that impact border security.
Keep this list handy.  As bills come to the floor of the House, you will need this list again.  It also contains phone numbers for Governor Abbott.  He needs to hear from all of you as well.  Remind him that it is time for Texas to lead on border security and the rule of law!
Call these committee members (only GOP listed since they all ran as conservatives and all say they support a secure border).  Simply tell them that you support continued funding of the Texas National Guard and DPS for border security.  Tell them you want funding for the Guard and Operation Strong Safety continued until the end of the budget year and then funded in the upcoming new budget, and you will watch how they vote.
TX House - Appropriations Committee Austin phone # Austin Fax # District phone # District Fax #
Chairman, John Otto (Rep) Dist. 18  (512) 463-0570 (512) 463-0315 (936) 258-8135 (936) 258-7190
Trent Ashby (Rep) Dist. 57 (512) 463-0508 (512) 463-5896 (936)634-2762 none listed
Cecil Bell (Rep) Dist. 3 (512) 463-0650 (512) 463-0575 (281)259-3700 (281)259-3706
Greg Bonnen (Rep) Dist. 24 (512) 463-0729 none listed (281)338-0924 none listed
Cindy Burkett (Rep) Dist. 113  (512) 463-0464 none listed (972) 278-7276 none listed
Giovanni Capriglione (Rep) Dist. 98 (512) 463-0690 (512) 463-1004 (817) 431-5339 (817) 431-9885
Sarah Davis (Rep) Dist. 134 (512) 463-0389 (512) 463-1374 (713)521-4474 (713)521-4443
Larry Gonzales (Rep) Dist. 52 (512) 463-0670 (512) 463-1469 (512) 248-2558 none listed
Bryan Hughes (Rep) Dist. 5 (512) 463-0271 (512) 463-1515 (903) 569-8880 (903) 569-8889
Linda Koop (Rep) Dist. 102 (512) 463-0454 (512) 463-1121 (469) 319-0879 none listed
Rick Miller (Rep) Dist. 26 (512) 463-0710 (512) 463-0711 (281) 980-0117 none listed
Dade Phelan (Rep) Dist. 21 (512) 463-0706 (512) 463-1861 none listed none listed
Four Price (Rep) Dist. 87 (512) 463-0470 none listed (806) 374-8787 none listed
John Raney (Rep) Dist. 14 (512) 463-0698 (512) 463-5109 (979) 260-5040 (979) 260-5097
J. D. Sheffield (Rep) Dist. 59  (512) 463-0628 (512) 463-3644 none listed none listed
Gary VanDeaver (Rep) Dist. 1 (512) 463-0692 (512) 463-0902 none listed none listed
27 committee members - majority (16) GOP        
TX House - Ways and Means Committee  Austin phone # Austin Fax # District phone # District Fax #
Chairman, Dennis Bonnen (Rep) Dist. 25 (512) 463-0564 (512) 463-8414 (979) 848-1770 (979) 849-3169
Dwayne Bohac (Rep) Dist. 138 (512) 463-0727 (512) 463-0681 (713) 460-2800 (713) 460-2822
Angie Chen Button (Rep) Dist. 112 (512) 463-0486 none listed 972-234-8980 972-470-0789
Drew Darby (Rep) Dist. 72 (512) 463-0331 (512) 463-0517 (325) 658-7313 (325) 659-3762
Jim Murphy (Rep) Dist. 133 (512) 463-0514 (512) 463-8715 (713) 465-8800 none listed
Tan Parker (Rep) Dist. 63 (512) 463-0688 (512) 480-0694 (972) 724-8477 none listed
Drew Springer (Rep) Dist. 68 (512) 463-0526 (512) 463-1011 (940) 665 - 8400 none listed
John Wray (Rep) Dist. 10 (512) 463-0516 (512) 463-1051 none listed none listed
11 committee members - majority (8) GOP        
TX House - Homeland Security & Public Safety  Austin phone # Austin Fax # District phone # District Fax #
Chairman, Larry Phillips (Rep) Dist. 62 (512) 463-0297 (512) 463-1561 (903) 891-7297 (903) 870-0066
DeWayne Burns (Rep) Dist. 58  (512) 463-0538 (512) 463-0897 none listed none listed
Tony Dale (Rep) Dist. 136 (512) 463-0696 (512) 463-9333 none listed none listed
Will Metcalf (Rep) Dist. Dist. 16 (512) 463-0726 (512) 463-8428 (936) 539-0068 (936) 539-0066
Molly White (Rep) Dist. 55 (512)463-0630 (512)463-0937 none listed none listed
John Wray (Rep) Dist. 10 (512) 463-0516 (512) 463-1051 none listed none listed
9 committee members - majority (6) GOP        
TX House - Select Committee Emerging Issues In Texas Law Enforcement Austin phone # Austin Fax # District phone # District Fax #
Chairman, Allen Fletcher (Rep) Dist. 130 (512) 463-0661 (512) 463-4130 (281) 373-5454 (281) 256-9213
Dan Flynn (Rep) Dist. 2  (512) 463-0880 (512) 463-2188 (903) 567-0921 (903) 567-0923
Linda Koop (Rep) Dist. 102 (512) 463-0454 (512) 463-1121 (469) 319-0879 none listed
James White (Rep) Dist. 19 512-463-0490 512-463-9059 (409) 283-3700 (409) 283-3702
7 committee members - majority (4) GOP        
TX House - Select Committee State & Federal Power & Responsibility Austin phone # Austin Fax # District phone # District Fax #
Chairman, Phil King (Rep) Dist. 61 (512) 463-0738 (512) 463-1957 (817) 596-4796 none listed
Paul Workman (Rep) Dist. 47 (512) 463-0652 (512) 463-0565 same same
Charles "Doc" Anderson (Rep) Dist. 56 (512) 463-0135 (512) 463-0642 (254) 754-3892 (254) 754-1604
Travis Clardy (Rep) Dist. 11 (512) 463-0592 (512) 463-8792 (936) 560-3982 (936) 564-0051
Tan Parker (Rep) Dist. 63 (512) 463-0688 (512) 480-0694 (972) 724-8477 none listed
7 committee members - majority (5) GOP        
Also call the House Speaker and Governor Greg Abbott Austin phone # Austin Fax # District phone # District Fax #
House Speaker Joe Straus (Rep) Dist. 121 (512) 463-1000 (512) 463-0675 (210) 828-4411 (210) 832-9994
Governor Greg Abbott (512) 463-1782 opinion    
  (512) 463-2000 main #    
Register opinion on the Governor's web site click here.        
Social media contacts for Governor Abbott:        
Twitter @GregAbbott_TX      
Facebook Greg Abbott      
Social media contact info for TX House members can be found here.
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