Senjem: No ethics complaint against Koch

The new Senate Majority Leader says the scandal involving Amy Koch was unfortunate, but it's in the past. According to the Associated Press, Dave Senjem doesn't plan to file a complaint against the former majority leader or any senators connected to the events that led to her abrupt resignation.
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The new Senate Majority Leader says the scandal involving Amy Koch was unfortunate, but it's in the past. According to the Associated Press, Dave Senjem doesn't plan to file a complaint against the former majority leader or any senators connected to the events that led to her abrupt resignation.

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