commas before and, and but
I always thought that you didn't need a comma preceeding and or but because those words connect the sentence.
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You should always use a comma before 'and' and 'but' when the two clauses you are joining together are both complete sentences.
Both parts (before and after the 'and') in your sentence could stand alone as complete sentences, so you should put a comma before 'and'.
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