‘GMA’ says ‘Rise and Shine’ in Houston

Good Morning America published this video item, entitled “‘GMA’ says ‘Rise and Shine’ in Houston” – below is their description.

For the series’ second day in the Lone Star State, “GMA” looks at what the city and surrounding area has to offer, including the Johnson Space Center, dolphin tours and unique businesses.

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