McMURTRY "GLAD" THAT INVESTIGATION COMING TO CONCLUSION
Rep. Paul McMurtry, who is the subject of what appears to be a concluding internal House investigation into possible misconduct, said he has not yet seen the final report or been told whether he will be cleared of wrongdoing.
McMurtry, in a hallway interview on his way to the House chamber for votes, maintained that he did not inappropriately touch a colleague at a House retreat in Amherst for newly elected members, and said he did not know whether his status as a committee chairman would be restored.
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