John Arnold Resignation

In the wake of a controversial decision by the Legislative Ethics Commission, the state House moved Monday to clarify the commission's role.

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Three women have asked the Legislative Ethics Commission to reconsider its decision to not punish former Dem. state Rep. John Arnold.

Louisville Courier Journal

Gov. Steve Beshear says he’s confident the legislature is serious about combating sexual harassment in the state house.

House Speaker Greg Stumbo says he will fight a subpoena that he testify at a legislative ethics hearing about former Rep. John Arnold.

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.