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Parallelism Doubt

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SENTENCE 1: She argues that the agency acts with reckless abandon and with disregard for human life and property, and that it should therefore be shut down.
SENTENCE 2: She argues that the agency acts with reckless abandon and disregard for human life and property, and that it should therefore be shut down. (Without 'with' before disregard)
Are both sentences 1 and 2 correct or repeating 'with' preposition is necessary??
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