Missouri Senate to release harassment investigation findings
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) - A Missouri Senate panel is set to release findings from an investigation into a workplace harassment complaint.
An attorney's report and an internal report by the Senate administrator are set to be made public Wednesday.
A person familiar with the investigation told The Associated Press that it focused on an intern's sexual harassment complaint against Democratic Sen. Paul LeVota of Independence. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the person was not authorized to publicly discuss the investigation.
LeVota confirmed only that the Senate was looking into why two University of Central Missouri students left early from an internship in his office. He has not directly answered other specific questions about the nature of the investigation.