Lawmakers Participate in Annual Frog Jump

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Lawmakers and staffers spent their lunch break Wednesday participating in a beloved tradition - the 41st-annual Frog Jump.

The goal of the competition is simple: make your frog hop the furthest. Participants typically do this by scaring the frog.

Organizers say it's a fun way for lawmakers to get together with the public and blow off some steam.

Legislative aide Doria Wallentine took Wednesday's top prize.

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