Indiana GOP Chairman Issues Statement on Curtis Hill Allegations
Jul 3, 2018

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Republican Party Chairman Kyle Hupfer released this statement, following a report from The Indianapolis Star on an investigation into allegations made against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill:

“I am continuing to learn about the details of the investigation into allegations against Attorney General Curtis Hill. I appreciate that Speaker Bosma and President Pro Tem Long acted promptly to look into the allegations, and that they acted in a bipartisan manner with Democrat legislative leadership to name an independent counsel to investigate.
“It’s important to be clear: As the Republican Party, we have zero tolerance for sexual harassment, and that’s the standard to which we all should adhere. Actions like these alleged have no place in public life or anywhere else."



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