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For businesses that are impacted by state, local and federal government regulations, it’s time to get involved. As crises occur, governmental entities tend to engage more in business and free markets to control their own destiny. Bailouts have been delivered. New mandates are in place. Texas businesses need to engage to protect themselves. Regulator impediments can be the failure of businesses if action is not taken.

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