HOUSE PROBE OF AMHERST INCIDENT NEARING CONCLUSION [+VIDEO]
By Matt Murphy
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, MARCH 13, 2019....The House investigation into allegations of inappropriate behavior by Rep. Paul McMurtry toward an incoming woman legislator at a House retreat appears to be nearing its conclusion, with a summary of the findings potentially being made public as soon as Wednesday.
House Ethics Chairman Christopher Markey (left) said "we're trying to establish a way in which to balance the confidentiality of a potential complaint." [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]
The House adopted an order on Wednesday morning that would allow House Counsel Jim Kennedy to file an executive summary of the complete investigatory report with the clerk that would be made available to the members and posted to the Legislature's website.
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