LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Did former state Rep. John Arnold sexually harass at least two female workers at the state Capitol?
That's the question a special committee is now looking into.
The special committee was formed to investigate Arnold's sexual harassment charges, despite the fact that he resigned last week.
In his resignation letter, Arnold denied accusations that he inappropriately touched the women and made vulgar comments.
House Speaker Greg Stumbo appointed the committee, and ordered it to continue its investigation and report to the House in January.
The committee's first action was on Tuesday morning, where Representative Jeff Donohue, a Democrat from Fairdale, was elected as chair.
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