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State Government Officials Travel To Kentucky

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State Government Officials Travel To Kentucky

The Council of State Governments is meeting this week in Lexington Kentucky. The CSG is made up of members of all three branches of state government. Senator Dan Lederman of Dakota Dunes is among forty eight state policy makers selected as a “Henry Toll Fellow” for this session. Lederman says it’s a chance to enhance his legislative skills…

Lederman says the pace of the legislative process can be frustrating…

Lederman says the CSG speaks to a wide variety of state officials…

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