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Capitol Newsletter: Hendee's 'laws' worth remembering
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Kirby Hendee always believed that what happens in the Legislature is more important to average citizens than what happens in Congress. The exceptions are taxes and Social Security, he said. Hendee, who served in the Wisconsin Senate from 1957 to 1961 and ran unsuccessfully against Democrat Henry Reuss for Congress in 1960, died earlier this month at age 92.