House Sexual Harassment Scandal Document Shredding Probe Reopened By Associated Press • Jun 12, 2014 Pressure from the media has been brought to bear on a Kentucky State Police investigation on the actions of former LRC Director Bobby Sherman. Probe Finds No Laws Broken In Document Shredding By Associated Press • May 30, 2014 Legislative Research Commission Kentucky State Police have finished an investigation of document shredding by former Legislative Research Commission Director Bobby Sherman and determined no laws were violated. State Workers Victimized By Lawmaker's Sexual Harassment Say Culture In Frankfort Hasn't Changed By Associated Press & Alan Lytle • May 8, 2014 WDRB TV Two state employees at the heart of a sexual harassment case against a former lawmaker say legislators still have a clubhouse mentality. Ethics Panel Hits Arnold With $3,000 Fine By Associated Press • May 7, 2014 Former state Rep. John Arnold has been fined $3,000 for violating state ethics laws in a sexual harassment case brought by three female state workers. Member Of Ethics Panel Resigns Over Arnold Case By Associated Press • May 6, 2014 photo provided A member of the legislative ethics commission says he is resigning due to the panel's handling of a case involving former state Rep. John Arnold. Women Ask Ethics Commission To Reconsider Ruling By Associated Press • Apr 11, 2014 photo provided Three women have asked the Legislative Ethics Commission to reconsider its decision to not punish former Dem. state Rep. John Arnold. Ethics Hearing Postponed In Sexual Harassment Case By Associated Press • Feb 25, 2014 There's a new twist in a long-running sexual harassment probe at the state capitol in Frankfort. Little Progress, Lots Of Drama On Day One Of Session By Josh James • Jan 7, 2014 Josh James / WUKY Lawmakers adjourned early to prepare for Gov. Beshear's speech tonight, but there was still time for lingering fallout from a sexual harassment case.