Indiana Attorney General Refuses To Resign

Reuters reports that women’s and victims’ rights groups rallied in Indianapolis, Indiana, on Saturday. They did so to urge the state’s attorney general to resign following allegations that he had inappropriately touched four women.
The rally followed mounting calls for the resignation of Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. He has denied the allegations against him and is refusing to step down.
About 50 people gathered on the steps of the Indiana Statehouse under cloudless skies to call on Hill to leave office. Many held placards saying: “Power is not permission”.
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb on Thursday joined Senate President David Long and House Speaker Brian Bosma in calling on Hill to resign following sexual harassment allegations that were uncovered by a legislative investigation. All four men are Republicans.


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Growing calls for Indiana AG to step down amid sexual harassment allegations

There are growing calls for the Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill to step down after two women accused him of sexual harassment. Hill has called the allegations “vicious and false” and said he will not step down. Kenneth Craig reports.

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