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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jun 19, 2019
Four female Indiana state officials and employees filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday alleging that they were sexually harassed by Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill, NBC News reports. The women allege that Hill groped them during an annual gathering of state lawmakers and staffers to mark the end of the legislative session. The four also claim that since their allegations became known, they have faced bullying and retaliation by other legislators and staffers. Previously, a special prosecutor said he believed the women's claims but that there's not enough evidence to prosecute Hill. Indiana's Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb has called for the attorney general, who is also a Republican, to resign.