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TX Troopers Arrested More Than 1,100 During Holidays

The Texas DPS reported troopers arrested more than 1,100 people for DWI's over the holiday season. Nearly half of the arrests made were possible because of funding provided by organization TX-DOT. DPS officials say there's still money left, which troopers will use to fund more man hours during other busy vacation holidays, like Spring Break, Independence Day, and Labor Day.

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