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is the writing staff comprised of legal editor Fred Crane, In-House Broker Consultant Fernando Nunez, writer-editors Connor P. Wallmark, Giang Hoang-Burdette, Carrie B. Reyes and Sarah Kolvas and graphic designer Mary LaRochelle.
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