HEBRON, Ky. (AP) -- A year after retiring from Congress, Geoff Davis is busy enjoying life.
The Kentucky Enquirer reports the former Republican congressman is coaching his son's lacrosse team and has built a consulting and lobbying business.
Davis, who has six children, stepped down as a U.S. representative last August to spend more time with family. He began representing Kentucky's 4th District in 2004.
He told the newspaper that "it's been a good transition."
He said stepping down has allowed him to coach his sons in sports and teach his daughter to drive.
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