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Gray says success during 16-year career stems from respect, a bit of humor (access required)

As Sen. Linda Gray’s final term at the Legislature winds down this year, she fondly recalls the friendships and accomplishments she will take with her. What she isn’t fond of is being forced to go.

“It’s the only ‘profession’ in which when you become good at it, you’re asked to leave,” Gray says.

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