Senate Floor Action for 5/20/2015

SENATE FLOOR ACTION



Wednesday

May 20, 2015




The Senate suspended the necessary rules to consider and finally pass:


SB 1009 (CS)Eltife

Relating to the amount of a sales and use tax refund for tangible personal property used to provide cable television service, Internet access service, or telecommunications services.


HB 121 Fletcher/ Canales/ Bell/ Pickett/ Flynn/ et al. SP: Whitmire

Relating to an alternative means of payment of certain past due criminal fines and court costs.


HB 157 Larson/ Springer SP: Eltife

Relating to the rates of sales and use taxes imposed by municipalities; authorizing an increase or decrease in the rate of those taxes.


HB 473 (LC)Giddings/ Guillen SP: Menéndez

Relating to a prohibition on the sale or transfer of certain law enforcement vehicles before removal of certain equipment and insignia.


HB 574 Bonnen, Greg/ Fallon SP: Campbell

Relating to the operation of certain managed care plans with respect to certain physicians and health care providers; amending provisions subject to a criminal penalty.


HB 706 (LC)Farrar SP: Huffman

Relating to the procedure for claiming an exemption from ad valorem taxation of property on which a solar or wind-powered energy device is installed or constructed.


HB 1062 Lucio III SP: Lucio

Relating to authorizing a fee for county records technology and infrastructure costs in certain counties.


HB 1140 (CS)Israel/ White, James/ King, Susan/ Coleman/ Stickland/ et al. SP: Whitmire

Relating to the confinement of pregnant prisoners in county jails.


HB 1598 (LC)Miller, Doug SP: Menéndez

Relating to the Texas military forces oath of affirmation.

1 Floor Amendment


HB 1736 Villalba/ Oliveira SP: Fraser/ et al.

Relating to building energy efficiency performance standards.

1 Floor Amendment


HB 1771 Raney/ Johnson/ et al. SP: Kolkhorst

Relating to the donation of sick leave by state employees.


HB 1790 Márquez/ Nevárez SP: Lucio

Relating to job performance on behalf of a fire fighter or police officer who is recovering from an off-duty injury.


HB 1794 (CS) (LC)Geren/ Harless/ Burkett/ Longoria/ Murphy/ et al. SP: Hancock

Relating to suits brought by local governments for violations of certain laws under the jurisdiction of, or rules adopted or orders or permits issued by, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality; affecting civil penalties.


HB 1890 Elkins SP: West

Relating to the development and implementation of a statewide strategy for legacy system modernization.


HB 1919 Phillips SP: Estes

Relating to the applicability of certain provisions concerning invasive species.

1 Floor Amendment


HB 2230 Larson/ Lucio III/ Fallon SP: Estes

Relating to the authority of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality to authorize an injection well used for oil and gas waste disposal to be used for the disposal of nonhazardous brine produced by a desalination operation or nonhazardous drinking water treatment residuals.


HB 2466 Collier/ Guillen SP: Eltife

Relating to the creation of a safety reimbursement program for employers participating in the workers' compensation system.


HB 2507 Kacal/ Raney/ Springer SP: Seliger

Relating to a sales and use tax exemption for certain equipment used for digital audio broadcasting.


HB 2717 (LC)Goldman/ Gutierrez/ Simmons/ Collier SP: West/ et al.

Relating to the deregulation of hair braiding.


HB 2732 Metcalf/ Meyer SP: Zaffirini

Relating to recovery of covered unemployment compensation debt through participation in the federal Treasury Offset Program.


The Senate suspended the regular order, read second time and passed to engrossment:


SB 1568 Lucio

Relating to the issuance of interest-bearing time warrants by school districts.


The Senate adopted the following resolutions:


SR 939 Menéndez

Recognizing David Michael Copeland and Claudette Anderson Copeland on the 30th anniversary of New Creation Christian Fellowship Church.


SCR 46 Rodríguez

Directing the governor of the State of Texas to posthumously award the Texas Legislative Medal of Honor to Marcelino Serna.


The Senate concurred in House amendments to the following:


SB 1889 (CS) (LC)Zaffirini/ et al. SP: Burkett/ et al.

Relating to the definition of neglect of a child, the exclusion of certain information from the Department of Family and Protective Services central registry of child abuse or neglect cases, and the report of certain information regarding those cases to the legislature.


The Senate refused to concur in House amendments and requested the appointment of a Conference Committee on the following:


SB 20 (CS)Nelson/ et al. SP: Price/ et al.

Relating to state agency contracting; authorizing fees; creating an offense.


SB 55 (LC)Nelson/ et al. SP: King, Susan

Relating to the creation of a grant program to support community mental health programs for veterans with mental illness.


SB 1593 (LC)Lucio/ et al. SP: Lucio III

Relating to regulation of the sale of fireworks by certain municipalities.


The Senate granted the request for the appointment of a Conference Committee on the following:


HB 3123 (CS) (LC)Price SP: Nelson

Relating to governmental entities subject to the sunset review process.


The following bills were passed on the Local and Uncontested Bills Calendar:


SB 1227 (CS) (LC)Seliger

Relating to payment of covered claims based on assignment.


SB 1908 (CS) (LC)Perry

Relating to the issuance of general obligation bonds by the Lynn County Hospital District.


SB 2072 (LC)Campbell

Relating to the creation of the Hays County Municipal Utility District No. 7; granting a limited power of eminent domain; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose assessments, fees, and taxes.


HB 5 (CS) (LC)Otto/ Burkett/ et al. SP: Nelson

Relating to strategic fiscal reviews of state agencies and programs.


HB 104 (LC)White, James/ Israel SP: Eltife

Relating to the practice of barbering and cosmetology at certain events.


HB 120 (LC)Flynn SP: Nelson

Relating to the purchase of food and beverages by the Texas Division of Emergency Management for certain division personnel.


HB 163 (CS) (LC)Larson/ Workman SP: Perry

Relating to interstate cooperation to address regional water issues.


HB 197 (CS) (LC)Price/ Burkett/ Márquez SP: Nelson

Relating to requiring certain public institutions of higher education to post information regarding mental health resources on the institution's Internet website.


HB 219 (LC)White, James SP: Nichols

Relating to the designation of Farm-to-Market Road 1293 in Hardin County as the Game Warden Wesley W. Wagstaff Memorial Highway.


HB 239 (LC)Springer/ Isaac/ Guillen SP: Perry

Relating to storage of flammable liquids at retail service stations in unincorporated areas and certain municipalities.


HB 315 (CS) (LC)Raymond/ Spitzer/ Burkett SP: Huffines

Relating to the issuance of "In God We Trust" specialty license plates.


HB 369 (LC)Villalba/ Anchia SP: Watson

Relating to designating May 24 as Lung Cancer Awareness Day.


HB 426 (LC)Howard/ Geren SP: Schwertner

Relating to the acceptance of employment applications through the online system for listing state agency employment openings maintained by the Texas Workforce Commission.


HB 441 (LC)Gonzales, Larry SP: Schwertner

Relating to the use of a court order as an occupational license.


HB 482 (CS) (LC)Geren SP: Eltife

Relating to allowing the holder of a brewpub license to sell beer, ale, and malt liquor to certain wholesalers, distributors, and qualified persons outside the state.


HB 497 (LC)Wu SP: Uresti

Relating to the applicability of the law governing saltwater pipeline facilities located in the vicinity of public roads.


HB 598 (LC)Clardy SP: Nichols

Relating to the designation of a segment of State Highway 21 in Nacogdoches County as the Bob Luman Memorial Highway.


HB 663 (CS) (LC)King, Ken SP: Seliger

Relating to the designation of a portion of State Highway 207 in Armstrong County as the William Hamblen Memorial Highway.


HB 745 (LC)Bohac SP: Taylor, Van

Relating to the installation of solar-powered stop signs by a property owners' association.


HB 792 (CS) (LC)Clardy SP: Nichols

Relating to the issuance of specialty license plates for antique buses.


HB 797 (LC)Flynn SP: Hall

Relating to the Hunt Memorial Hospital District; authorizing the issuance of bonds.


HB 826 (LC)Giddings SP: Ellis

Relating to the provision of information relating to the modification of a child support order in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship.


HB 875 (LC)Farias/ Guillen SP: Menéndez

Relating to the verification of the veteran status of inmates and prisoners.


HB 904 (LC)Smith/ Thompson, Senfronia/ et al. SP: Huffman

Relating to the transfer of certain inmates to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice following pronouncement of the inmate's sentence.


HB 968 (LC)Hernandez/ et al. SP: Garcia

Relating to civil liability of shareholders and members of certain legal entities that engage in the trafficking of persons.


HB 978 (LC)Price/ Springer SP: Seliger

Relating to the designation of the Route 66 Historic Corridor.


HB 995 (LC)González, Mary SP: Rodríguez

Relating to the establishment of stormwater control and recapture planning authorities in certain counties.


HB 1022 (LC)Moody/ Martinez Fischer/ Bonnen, Greg SP: Rodríguez

Relating to the eligibility for an exemption from ad valorem taxation of the residence homestead of certain persons with a life estate in the homestead property.


HB 1040 (LC)Paddie SP: Hancock

Relating to the liability of certain sports officials and organizations.


HB 1052 (LC)Parker SP: Schwertner

Relating to designating September as Hydrocephalus Awareness Month.


HB 1146 (LC)Kacal SP: Schwertner

Relating to persons who may operate a public water supply system.


HB 1187 (LC)Wray/ Sheets/ Dale/ Miller, Rick/ Smith/ et al. SP: Birdwell

Relating to the designation of a segment of U.S. Highway 287 in Midlothian as the Chris Kyle Memorial Highway.


HB 1235 (LC)King, Phil SP: Estes

Relating to the annexation of certain territory by the Wise County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1.


HB 1251 (CS) (LC)Alvarado/ Geren/ Thompson, Senfronia/ Guillen SP: West/ et al.

Relating to the transfer of compensation experience for purposes of the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act.


HB 1261 (LC)King, Susan SP: Uresti

Relating to the comptroller's report on the effect of certain tax provisions.


HB 1264 (LC)Wu SP: Huffman

Relating to the preservation of toxicological evidence collected in connection with certain intoxication offenses.


HB 1293 (LC)Alvarado/ Herrero/ Davis, Sarah/ Dale/ Moody/ et al. SP: Huffman

Relating to the confidentiality of identifying information of victims of stalking; creating a criminal offense.


HB 1331 (LC)King, Phil/ Villalba SP: Fraser

Relating to the treatment and recycling for beneficial use of certain waste arising out of or incidental to the drilling for or production of oil or gas.


HB 1372 (LC)Isaac/ Cyrier SP: Zaffirini

Relating to the creation of the Cotton Center Municipal Utility District No. 1; granting a limited power of eminent domain; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose assessments, fees, and taxes.


HB 1415 (LC)Kuempel SP: Uresti/ et al.

Relating to establishment or use of cemeteries in certain municipalities.


HB 1417 (LC)Elkins SP: Creighton

Relating to peace officer identification cards.


HB 1428 (LC)Raymond/ Naishtat/ Elkins SP: Zaffirini

Relating to the administration of housing funds set aside for persons with disabilities through the homebuyer assistance program.


HB 1466 (LC)Bonnen, Dennis SP: Huffman

Relating to Parks and Wildlife Department procedures for the transfer of ownership of boats or outboard motors; providing penalties; creating a criminal offense.


HB 1500 (LC)Thompson, Senfronia SP: Rodríguez

Relating to certain temporary orders in a suit for modification of an order in a suit affecting the parent-child relationship.


HB 1560 (LC)Hernandez SP: Ellis

Relating to investment options for property recovered in a suit by a next friend or guardian ad litem on behalf of a minor or incapacitated person.


HB 1707 (LC)Stephenson/ Guillen SP: Huffman

Relating to the methods by which a political subdivision may submit contributions to the Texas Emergency Services Retirement System.


HB 1725 (LC)Stephenson SP: Huffman

Relating to the composition of local boards of the Texas Emergency Services Retirement System.


HB 1814 (LC)Farney SP: Taylor, Van

Relating to the online renewal of driver's licenses of certain active duty military personnel and relatives.


HB 1819 (LC)Miller, Doug SP: Fraser

Relating to the date for the election of directors of the Hill Country Underground Water Conservation District.


HB 1833 (LC)Pickett SP: Rodríguez

Relating to agreements of certain counties to acquire, construct, maintain, or operate a toll bridge.


HB 1902 (CS) (LC)Howard/ Isaac/ Workman/ Lucio III SP: Zaffirini

Relating to the regulation and use of graywater and alternative onsite water.


HB 1953 (LC)Bonnen, Dennis SP: Hinojosa

Relating to the deadline for counties and municipalities to provide notice of a proposed property tax rate.


HB 1963 (LC)Deshotel SP: Creighton

Relating to the designation of a portion of State Highway 87 as the Texas Game Warden Michael C. Pauling Memorial Highway.


HB 1992 (CS) (LC)Zerwas/ Clardy SP: Seliger/ et al.

Relating to the granting of undergraduate course credit by advanced placement examination at public institutions of higher education.


HB 2038 (LC)Geren SP: Hancock

Relating to legal representation for certain emergency services districts.


HB 2050 (LC)Rodriguez, Eddie SP: Zaffirini

Relating to voter information provided by a voter registrar to the secretary of state.


HB 2052 (LC)Bohac SP: Seliger

Relating to loss damage waivers in connection with the rental of certain heavy equipment; providing penalties.


HB 2115 (LC)Phillips/ Fallon/ Guillen SP: Nichols

Relating to the initial inspection period for motor vehicles purchased by certain commercial fleet buyers.


HB 2179 (LC)Lucio III SP: Perry

Relating to hearings that concern the issuance of permits by a groundwater conservation district.


HB 2181 (LC)Faircloth/ Smith SP: Taylor, Larry

Relating to designating the Interstate Highway 45 causeway to Galveston the George and Cynthia Mitchell Memorial Causeway.


HB 2189 (LC)Parker SP: Creighton

Relating to a developmentally disabled offender program established by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.


HB 2207 (LC)Keffer/ Anchia/ King, Phil/ Clardy/ Longoria SP: Eltife

Relating to the foreclosure sale of property subject to an oil or gas lease.


HB 2244 (LC)Zerwas/ Villalba SP: Creighton

Relating to the regulation of medical waste; adding and amending provisions subject to a criminal penalty.


HB 2261 (CS) (LC)Villalba/ King, Phil SP: Hinojosa

Relating to the transfer or termination of certain timeshare interests.


HB 2293 (LC)Darby SP: West

Relating to the certification by the comptroller to the commissioner of education of the taxable value of property in each school district.


HB 2339 (LC)Smith/ Meyer/ Geren/ Dale/ Villalba SP: Eltife

Relating to consumption of alcoholic beverages in public entertainment facilities.


HB 2455 (CS) (LC)Burkett/ Villalba/ Farrar/ et al. SP: Rodríguez

Relating to the establishment of a task force to promote uniformity in the collection and reporting of information relating to family violence, sexual assault, stalking, and human trafficking.


HB 2515 (LC)Muñoz, Jr. SP: Lucio

Relating to authority to establish, operate, and maintain a foreign trade zone at or adjacent to the Pharr port of entry.


HB 2519 (LC)Coleman SP: Watson

Relating to expenditures made by emergency services districts and the sale of district property.


HB 2552 (LC)Parker SP: Nelson

Relating to the powers and duties of the Canyon Falls Municipal Utility District No. 1 of Denton County; providing authority to issue bonds and impose a tax.


HB 2557 (LC)Zerwas SP: West

Relating to certain hospital districts and to certain corporations or organizations formed by those districts.


HB 2628 (LC)Clardy SP: Garcia

Relating to the development and alignment by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board of curricula for certain educational programs.


HB 2667 (LC)Ashby SP: Eltife

Relating to the abolishment of certain programs administered by the Texas Economic Development Bank.


HB 2735 (LC)Capriglione/ Springer SP: Hancock

Relating to the sale of alcoholic beverages in certain areas annexed by a municipality.


HB 2767 (LC)Keffer SP: Perry

Relating to the powers, duties, and administration of groundwater conservation districts; amending provisions that authorize fees.


HB 2788 (LC)Springer/ Frank SP: Perry

Relating to the authority of a retail public water utility to require an operator of a correctional facility to comply with water conservation measures.


HB 2853 (LC)Anderson, Rodney/ Alonzo/ Turner, Chris/ Davis, Yvonne SP: West

Relating to the municipal sales and use tax for street maintenance.


HB 2900 (LC)Goldman SP: Creighton

Relating to compliance with federal voting system standards.


HB 3003 (CS) (LC)Thompson, Senfronia SP: Garcia

Relating to the appointment of counsel in certain suits affecting the parent-child relationship.


HB 3062 (LC)Clardy SP: West

Relating to the Jobs and Education for Texans Grant Program.


HB 3067 (LC)Coleman SP: Taylor, Larry/ et al.

Relating to the amount that may be donated by contract by certain populous counties to crime stoppers or crime prevention organizations.


HB 3078 (CS) (LC)Darby SP: Seliger

Relating to the creation of an advisory committee to recommend a uniform pre-nursing curriculum for undergraduate professional nursing programs offered by public institutions of higher education.


HB 3211 (LC)King, Phil SP: Whitmire

Relating to training requirements for peace officers appointed to supervisory positions.


HB 3245 (LC)Crownover SP: Hancock

Relating to qualified nonprofit corporations acting for and on behalf of two or more cities.


HB 3337 (LC)Clardy/ Raymond SP: Nelson

Relating to training and education for state agency administrators and employees.


HB 3513 (LC)Springer SP: Perry

Relating to the Fisher County Hospital District.


HB 3536 (LC)Landgraf SP: Eltife

Relating to the appointment of the commissioners of certain financial regulatory agencies by the Finance Commission of Texas.


HB 3538 (LC)Smithee SP: West

Relating to the adoption of the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act of 2008.


HB 3545 (CS) (LC)Oliveira SP: Lucio

Relating to the establishment of an infrastructure improvement council by the Rio Grande Regional Water Authority; providing authority to impose a voluntary assessment.


HB 3555 (LC)Parker SP: Eltife

Relating to certain administrative procedures and enforcement authority relating to state banks, state trust companies, and bank holding companies.


HB 3680 (CS) (LC)Geren SP: Zaffirini

Relating to the confidentiality of certain information stored as part of the preparation of reports and personal financial statements required to be filed with the Texas Ethics Commission.


HB 3741 (LC)Smith SP: Eltife

Relating to standards for elevators, escalators, and related equipment; authorizing a fee.


HB 3868 (LC)Moody SP: Rodríguez

Relating to the designation of Westside Drive in El Paso County as the Don Juan de Onate Trail.


HB 4127 (LC)Metcalf SP: Creighton

Relating to the creation of the Foster Municipal Utility District No. 1 of Montgomery County; granting a limited power of eminent domain; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose assessments, fees, and taxes.


HCR 56 (LC)Geren SP: Hancock

Authorizing the lieutenant governor and speaker to appoint interim joint committees.


HCR 65 (LC)Naishtat SP: Lucio

Designating the western honey bee as the official State Pollinator of Texas.


HCR 69 (LC)White, James SP: Nichols

Designating the city of Jasper as the official Butterfly Capital of Texas.


HCR 70 (LC)Flynn/ Fletcher/ King, Susan/ Tinderholt/ Guillen/ et al. SP: Taylor, Larry

Authorizing the State Preservation Board to approve and permit the construction of a monument at the state Capitol Complex, at a site outside the historic Capitol grounds, honoring veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.


The following bills were removed from the Local and Uncontested Bills Calendar:


HB 473 (LC)Giddings/ Guillen SP: Menéndez

Relating to a prohibition on the sale or transfer of certain law enforcement vehicles before removal of certain equipment and insignia.


HB 2100 (CS) (LC)Hernandez SP: Garcia

Relating to the creation of the East Houston Management District; providing authority to issue bonds; providing authority to impose assessments, fees, or taxes.


HB 3185 (LC)Raney SP: Lucio

Relating to the creation and operations of health care provider participation programs in certain counties.


HB 3911 (LC)Paul SP: Eltife

Relating to the appointment by insurers, health maintenance organizations, and their agents of holders of a temporary agent's license.


Committee referral on the following:


HB 22 Davis, Sarah

Relating to the powers and duties of the Texas Ethics Commission; creating a criminal offense.

State Affairs


HB 66 González, Mary/ Lucio III/ Moody

Relating to the consideration of the performance of students of limited English proficiency on state assessment instruments and inclusion of related information in campus report cards.

Education


HB 91 Flynn/ Rodriguez, Eddie/ White, James/ King, Susan/ et al.

Relating to the regulation of raw milk and raw milk products; adding a provision subject to a criminal penalty.

Health & Human Services


HB 94 González, Mary/ Leach/ Romero, Jr./ Bernal

Relating to a database of employers penalized for failure to pay wages or convicted of certain offenses involving wage theft.

Natural Resources & Economic Development


HB 548 Johnson/ Elkins/ Deshotel/ et al.

Relating to the consideration of criminal history record information regarding applicants for state employment.

Natural Resources & Economic Development


HB 599 Clardy

Relating to energy savings performance contracts entered into by public institutions of higher education.

Business & Commerce


HB 766 Kuempel

Relating to the restructuring of certain fund accounts of the Texas County and District Retirement System.

State Affairs


HB 838 Naishtat/ Anderson, Rodney/ Guillen

Relating to coverage for serious mental illness under certain group health benefit plans.

Business & Commerce


HB 1238 Bonnen, Dennis

Relating to requirements for construction and maintenance work zones; amending provisions subject to a criminal penalty.

Transportation


HB 1248 Lucio III/ Cyrier

Relating to the renewal or amendment of certain permits issued by groundwater conservation districts.

Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs


HB 1267 Thompson, Senfronia/ Naishtat/ et al.

Relating to the eligibility of certain persons for the supplemental nutrition assistance program.

Health & Human Services


HB 1490 Huberty/ Deshotel/ Romero, Jr./ Reynolds

Relating to public school interventions for truancy and eliminating a criminal penalty and authorizing a civil penalty for truancy.

Criminal Justice


HB 1626 Johnson/ Price/ Darby/ Deshotel/ Longoria SP: West

Relating to the designation of certain areas as banking or credit union development districts to encourage the establishment of branches of banks or credit unions in those areas.

Business & Commerce


HB 1666 Bonnen, Dennis

Relating to the liability of certain persons for damages arising from training exercises to prepare the persons to respond to certain emergencies.

State Affairs


HB 1996 Miller, Rick

Relating to holding a primary election for a political party in a county without party leadership.

State Affairs


HB 2051 Crownover

Relating to a volume-based exemption from reporting requirements for certain accidental discharges or spills from wastewater facilities.

Agriculture, Water & Rural Affairs


HB 2219 Coleman/ Morrison

Relating to health benefit plan coverage for injuries related to certain conduct of a covered individual.

Business & Commerce


HB 2632 Dutton/ Wu/ White, James/ Huberty/ Reynolds

Relating to removing a criminal penalty and authorizing a civil penalty for truancy.

Criminal Justice


HB 3052 Bonnen, Dennis

Relating to the allocation of state hotel occupancy tax revenue to certain barrier island coastal municipalities.

Business & Commerce


HB 3175 Simpson

Relating to the creation and operations of health care provider participation programs in certain counties.

Intergovernmental Relations


HB 3237 Frullo

Relating to the authority of certain domestic life, health, and accident insurance companies to make certain investments; adding provisions that may be subject to a criminal penalty.

Business & Commerce


HB 3277 Dutton

Relating to the authority of the office of independent ombudsman with the Texas Juvenile Justice Department in regard to juveniles in custody in certain facilities.

Criminal Justice


HB 3308 Flynn

Relating to the regulation of state trust companies.

Business & Commerce


HB 3579 Alonzo/ Collier

Relating to certain criminal record information; authorizing a fee.

Criminal Justice


HB 3623 Gonzales, Larry

Relating to the exemption from ad valorem taxation of property owned by the National Hispanic Institute.

Finance


HCR 90 Hunter/ Lozano/ Herrero/ Morrison/ Fallon

Requesting the speaker and lieutenant governor to create a joint interim committee to study seawater desalination on the Texas coast.

Administration


HCR 96 Hunter

Requesting the speaker of the house of representatives and the lieutenant governor to create a joint interim committee to study the issue of advertising public notices.

Administration


HCR 107 Hunter

Requesting the lieutenant governor and the speaker of the house of representatives to create a joint interim committee to study human trafficking in Texas.

Administration


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