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I have this 2 lines of code, can I combine in on RegEx?

<cfset hotspotDesc = REReplaceNoCase(attributes.pageinfo.gt_GroupTitle,'<[^>]*>','','ALL') >
<cfset hotspotDesc = REReplaceNoCase(hotspotDesc ,'"','','ALL') >

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<cfset hotspotDesc = REReplaceNoCase(REReplaceNoCase(attributes.pageinfo.gt_GroupTitle,'<[^>]*>','','ALL') ,'"','','ALL') >
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should add trim() too i guess

trim(REReplaceNoCase(trim(REReplaceNoCase(attributes.pageinfo.gt_GroupTitle,'<[^>]*>','','ALL')) ,'"','','ALL') )
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