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MADISON – The leader of the state’s jobs agency will leave his post later this year just as the state’s largest economic development project in history gets off the ground. 

Mark Hogan, Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. CEO, said this week he will leave his job as leader of the agency by fall. 

Melissa Baldauff, spokeswoman for Gov. Tony Evers, said the announcement isn’t news to the administration. She said Hogan had previously told former Gov. Scott Walker and Evers he planned to leave in the fall. 

“The governor has had a good and productive relationship with Mark Hogan and appreciates both his leadership at the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and his service to the people of

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