As well as working for a law firm that concentrates on agricultural issues, Stephanie Herseth Sandlin announced tonight that she accepted a position as an adjunct professor to teach at SDSU. It looks as if she is maintaining contacts both in the state and in Washington, D.C., and is not closing out any options.
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