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Biggs Resigns From State House

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Rep. Scott Biggs (R-51) announced his resignation from the state House Thursday.

Biggs will leave his post immediately, having accepted a federal appointment.

Biggs is leaving District 51, which represents Grady, McClain, and Stephens Counties.

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