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Former Congressman Ron Kind takes job as law firm senior advisor



FILE - Ron Kind announcing he would not be seeking a 14th term in Congress in front of his former Roosevelt Elementary School on Tuesday, Aug. 10, 2021.

WASHINGTON – Retired no more, former U.S. House Rep. Ron Kind has a new job.

Kind, who retired after serving 13 terms in the 3rd Congressional District, will remain in Washington, D.C., to take on a role as a senior policy advisor.

Kind is joining the law firm Arnold & Porter. He will advice on the firm’s legislative and public policy practice, the group told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, adding he will counsel the firm’s clients dealing with the government on issues ranging from tax and trade regulations to health care and retirement security issues. Some of that work could involve helping clients navigate recent legislation passed through Congress.

“It’s a good fit because it checks all the right boxes for me,” Kind told the Journal Sentinel. “It’ll be fun to be able to continue working in those areas that I’ve devoted so much of my life to already.”

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