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Rep. Albert Wynn (D-Md.) announced last week that he will resign from Congress in June and join Dickstein Shapiro as a partner in the public policy and law practice. Wynn spent 16 years representing Maryland’s 4th congressional district, but was defeated in last month’s primary by Democrat Donna Edwards. Wynn will focus on legal, legislative, and regulatory counseling, and could lobby after a legally mandated year-long waiting period is up. Dickstein’s D.C. office also houses former Maryland Sen. Joseph Tydings, now counsel; former Kentucky Sen. Wendell Ford, an adviser; former Virginia congressman Stan Parris, of counsel; and former Arkansas Sen. Tim Hutchinson, an adviser.
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