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Sen. Amy Koch breaks her silence and speaks about her political future

Despite her "inappropriate relationship" with a senate staffer, the former Senate majority leader says she may run for re-election. Amy Koch told the Star Tribune she will return to the Capitol on Tuesday when the legislative session convenes. Koch stepped down from her leadership position on December 15.
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Despite her "inappropriate relationship" with a senate staffer, the former Senate majority leader told the Star Tribune she will return to the Capitol on Tuesday when the legislative session convenes. Amy Koch stepped down from her leadership position on December 15.

Koch told WCCO she is considering to run for reelection. Watch video (below) of her first television interview since resigning.

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