House Sexual Harrassment Scandal

A former Kentucky lawmaker could still face punishment for allegedly sexually harassing three female state workers.

Louisville Courier Journal

A former western Kentucky lawmaker won't face sanctions from the House for allegations that he sexually harassed legislative staffers.

A special committee investigating claims of sexual harassment by a former lawmaker has ended a closed-door meeting without issuing any findings.

The LRC now has a 115k contract with a Lex. law firm to offer legal guidance to the state in a sexual harassment investigation.

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FRANKFORT, Ky.-- Top Kentucky lawmakers have appointed Marcia Seiler as acting director for the Legislative Research Commission.

FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Legislative leaders want to meet to choose an interim replacement for former LRC director Bobby Sherman.

FRANKFORT, Ky.-- The Kentucky State Police will investigate whether any laws were broken regarding shredded documents by the former LRC Director.

FRANKFORT, Ky. -- A Louisville attorney is now calling for a criminal investigation regarding a political sex harassment scandal.

FRANKFORT, Ky.-The former director of the state Legislative Research Commission has admitted to shredding documents related to a sex scandal.

Louisville Courier Journal

FRANKFORT, Ky. — A western Kentucky lawmaker who resigned last week still faces the possibility of censure from his colleagues if allegations that he sexually harassed legislative staffers are proven.

An investigative committee pressed ahead Tuesday with an investigation into the conduct of former Democratic state Rep. John Arnold of Sturgis who announced his resignation in a letter to Gov. Steve Beshear last week.