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Reader Opinion: Open for business

Earlier this year, I announced my retirement, effective Dec. 31, 2002. Until then, I will remain the sitting senator for Senate District 10 and will continue my service to Aitkin and Crow Wing counties.

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After many months of work at the Capitol, the legislative session wrapped up on May 22. Whether or not we will have a special session in the immediate future remains to be seen, but I will continue working on behalf of all my constituents as we work to help families across the state.

Though the legislative session ended, my office is still “open for business.” Earlier this year, I announced my retirement, effective Dec. 31, 2002. Until then, I will remain the sitting senator for Senate District 10 and will continue my service to Aitkin and Crow Wing counties. Any constituents that have problems, questions, concerns, or issues they need assistance with may feel free to reach out to my Senate office at any time. Constituent services will be my top priority until my retirement.

You can reach me at Sen.Carrie.Ruud@senate.mn , or you can call my office at 651-296-0283 or 651-296-4913.

Sen. Carrie Ruud

R-Breezy Point

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