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Sean Logan/The Arizona Republic

There was high drama at the Arizona State Capitol yesterday, as lawmakers voted to expel Yuma Representative Don Shooter. The nearly unanimous vote came after a report, which showed Shooter engaged in a longstanding pattern of sexual harassment. KNAU’S Aaron Granillo reports.


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A showdown is looming in the Arizona House over what penalty should be imposed on a Republican lawmaker found to have engaged in a pattern of sexual harassment toward women.

BILL HATCHER, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE

A federal watchdog says a now former Grand Canyon National Park manager sexually harassed an intern over several months.

Tom Tingle/The Arizona Republic

Arizona state Rep. Don Shooter has apologized to fellow House members at the start of mandatory sexual harassment training required in large part because of complaints made against him.

Patrick Breen/The Arizona Republic

The Arizona House is investigating allegations of sexual harassment at the Legislature, including a Scottsdale lawmaker’s assertion that another member of the chamber told her he wanted to have a romantic relationship with her.

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