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February 19, 2016

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Zimmer, Duncan & Cole

South Dakota

LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATION
Because the actions of the legislature have increasingly broad and far-reaching impacts, respected and competent representation at the state legislature has become critical to the future success of many public and private entities. Likewise, government representation has become a specialty requiring… Read more »