Jeff Hoover stepped down last week as speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives after allegations against him led to public criticism and rebukes by the governor and Hoover’s legislative colleagues.
Jeff Hoover stepped down last week as speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives after allegations against him led to public criticism and rebukes by the governor and Hoover’s legislative colleagues. LRC Public Information
Jeff Hoover stepped down last week as speaker of the Kentucky House of Representatives after allegations against him led to public criticism and rebukes by the governor and Hoover’s legislative colleagues. LRC Public Information

A wave of sex harassment scandals ends decades of silence in state capitals

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