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Representative not giving up seat because of multiple sclerosis

State Rep. Dan Stevenson, a Democrat from Highland, said he was recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, but doesn't plan to retire from the Indiana House of Representatives.

Stevenson, who is unopposed in the November election, said he expects to keep up with the busy pace of the 2007 legislative session by using treatments for the disease, which affects the central nervous system.

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September 25, 2006 in people | Permalink

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