Governor Abbott Calls on Texans to Observe Silence to Honor Paris Victims
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has called on all Texans to observe one minute of silence at Noon today (11/16) to honor the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks.
In a release from the Office of the Governor, Abbott states,
"Texas' solidarity and longstanding relationship with France is well established," said Governor Abbott. "When Texas declared its independence from Mexico, France was among the first nations to recognize that independence. We have not forgotten France's commitment to the Lone Star State and Texas will join with other states and nations tomorrow to honor the victims and condemn the cowardly terrorist attacks. I urge all Texans to hold a minute of silence at noon tomorrow and pray for the victims and families of the despicable attacks that took place in Paris."
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