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Late Night Coffee Talk: Live from Austin!

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Get ready for another exciting episode of Late Night Coffee Talk with TNM’s President Daniel Miller! This week, we are LIVE from Austin prepping for a visit with Dr. Matt Qvortrup. Join us as we discuss the latest action on the TEXIT bill and what it means for the push towards Texas Independence. We’ll also be talking about Texas Independence Day celebrations and what you can do to get involved. As always, we’ll be taking your questions live, so email them to [email protected] or drop them i


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