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  1. We shouldn’t have to change the name of the city of Houston. Sam Houston, for which it is named, was governor when the legislature voted for secession in 1961. Sam Houston vigorously opposed it. He was run out of office. Some downtown Houston streets, though, may have to change names — Fannin, Austin, Travis, Milam, and others elsewhere in the city — Crockett, for instance.

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