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"We need to be at the table": Texans with disabilities worry changes in legislative process during the pandemic could shut them out

COVID-19 rules and accommodations are still uncertain in the Capitol, though many people with disabilities don't plan to give testimony in person because of fears of exposure.

Adapt of Texas, a grassroots disability rights organization, held a rally and march to protest proposed cuts and changes to health care in 2017.

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