Amy Koch: Moving On

Amy Koch is interviewed at her business, the Maple Lake Bowl, during an interview with Capitol Report. Photo by Kevin Featherly.

Amy Koch is interviewed at her business, the Maple Lake Bowl, during an interview with Capitol Report. Photo by Kevin Featherly.

By Kevin Featherly
for Politics in Minnesota/Capitol Report
February 26, 2014

After enduring one of Minnesota public life’s most humiliating episodes in recent memory, former GOP Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch has turned the page.

She bought and now manages a bowling alley, the Maple Lake Bowl, and helps run a property-management business in Buffalo, both of which keep her hopping. She is helping her 18-year-old daughter, Rachel, prepare for college, with hopes of landing a spot at Vanderbilt University. And this year she finished the online MBA degree that she had been pursuing since her Senate years.

So how is she doing?

“I’m doing so good,” she says. “I’m loving what I’m doing right now.”

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The rest is hidden behind the Capitol Report paywall. If you have access, here is the link. If not, bummer. It’s not a bad yarn…. — KF.

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