Here are the latest major headlines from across Indiana regarding groping allegations against Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill. Sign up for the Indy Politics Statewide Summary for a daily e-mail of news from across the state.
The minority leader of the Indiana Senate has joined a number of Democrats calling on Attorney General Curtis Hill to resign over claims that he groped a state lawmaker and three staffers at an Indianapolis bar. (Associated Press)
Attorney General Curtis Hill declared Tuesday that he will not resign as the state’s chief legal officer in the wake of allegations that he inappropriately touched four female legislative employees at a bar. (Times of Northwest Indiana)
Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill is taking heat for allegations that he inappropriately touched four women—including a state lawmaker—but political observers say he could survive a call for his resignation. (IBJ)
Allegations that Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill inappropriately touched four women in a bar are outlined in a confidential eight-page June 18 memorandum prepared by the Taft Stettinius & Hollister law firm at the request of legislative leaders. (Indy Star)