(a) A joint board may apply for and accept a permit, license, or other grant of authority
to establish, operate, and maintain:
(1) one or more foreign trade zones, as Texas ports of entry under federal law, in
any county in which the board's airport is located; and
(2) other subzones or other additions to an existing zone inside or outside that county.
(b) In operating and maintaining a foreign trade zone or subzone under this subchapter,
a joint board may exercise any power or authority necessary to establish, operate,
and maintain the foreign trade zone or subzone in accordance with federal law, rules,
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