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Gov. Phil Bryant (left) believes that "abuse of any kind is reprehensible," his spokesman, Bobby Morgan, said Wednesday. In response to a question about whether McLeod (right) should stay in the Legislature, Morgan told The Associated Press: "Gov. Bryant believes that if the allegations are true, he should resign." Bryant photo by Ashton Pitmann/McLeod Photo courtesy Mississippi House of Representatives

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