Senate Majority Leader-designate Amy Koch of Buffalo addresses the media in this undated photo. Koch joined House speaker-designate Kurt Zellers on Tuesday as they announced a new, streamlined committee structure. Their Republican Party takes control of the House and Senate in January. Tribune photo by Don Davis
Update: Majority Leader Koch resigns position, announces she will not seek re-election as senator
Update 5:35: Majority Leader Koch resigns position, announces she will not seek re-election as senator
ST. PAUL -- Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch is resigning from her leadership post and will not seek re-election to the Senate.
There was no immediate hint as to why she left or when a replacement would be named.
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