DES MOINES - Gov. Reynolds isn't agreeing with some fellow Republican leaders at the statehouse about a sexual harassment investigation.
Reynolds told reporters on Tuesday that she believes the results of a statehouse investigation, launched by Republicans after a lawsuit from a former staffer alleged sexual harassment, should be made public.
This comes on the heels of Sen. Majority Leader Bill Dix telling the media on Monday that those results won't be released to the public.
"Employees of the Senate have an expectation of privacy in these matters as reflected by Iowa’s open records laws and court decisions and that expectation will be met. Similar practices are also common in private sector employment. The investigation is complete and appropriate action was taken," said Dix.
Reynolds disagreed with Dix's assessment.
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