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LD13’s very unhappy campers

The word on the street is that Shooter and Montenegro are none too happy with each other because of the jockeying over the JTED funding proposals and their efforts to avoid a Senate primary this year might be in jeopardy. Last year, the two legislators had made a gentlemen’s agreement: Shooter will run for the House, while Montenegro will run for the Senate.

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