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Rep. Janklow to Resign After Manslaughter Conviction

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Rep. Janklow to Resign After Manslaughter Conviction

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Rep. Janklow to Resign After Manslaughter Conviction

Rep. Janklow to Resign After Manslaughter Conviction

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Rep. Bill Janklow (R-SD) says he will resign his seat after a jury convicted him Monday of second-degree manslaughter and three misdemeanors. The Republican congressman caused a traffic accident last August that killed a motorcyclist. South Dakota Public Radio's Curt Nickish reports.

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