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State of Texas Prot & Regulatory Serv. - El Paso, TX

119 N Stanton El Paso, TX 79901- 1423

Updated: 12/03/2010

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119 N Stanton El Paso, TX 79901- 1423

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  • (915) 545-8006

Other Offices

State of Texas Protective & Regulatory Service Center (Main Office) Legal Services Division 701 W 51st Austin, TX 78751 (512) 438-3112

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State of Texas Prot & Reg Serv. Dept. 19th Floor 285 Liberty Beaumont, TX 77701 - 2327 (409) 880-3226

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