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Governor Calls for Senator to Resign over Allegations

Sen. Dan Schoen (DFL-St. Paul Park) denies allegations of sexual harassment. Sen. Dan Schoen (DFL-St. Paul Park) denies allegations of sexual harassment. |  Photo: Minnesota Legislature

November 10, 2017 10:28 AM

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton says a state senator accused of sexual harassment should resign.

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State Sen. Dan Schoen, like Dayton a Democrat, is accused of behavior ranging from unwanted attention to women to physically grabbing a woman from behind. The online news outlet MinnPost first reported the allegations late Wednesday.

Dayton says the reports are "totally unacceptable" and that Schoen should resign immediately.

The party's leader in the Senate, Tom Bakk, also says Schoen should step down.

Schoen says the allegations are false.


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