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House inquiry into sexual harassment unlikely to wrap up before 2018 session starts (access required)

House Speaker J.D. Mesnard, R-Chandler, said Wednesday that an attorney hired by the House to investigate multiple accusations of harassment made against Rep. Don Shooter, as well as accusations Shooter lobbed at one of his accusers, Rep. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, is nearly finished interviewing witnesses.

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