COLUMBUS, Ohio--Michael Premo resigned as the Ohio Senate Democrats' chief of staff after an Ohio State University summer intern reported to the Senate Dems' legal counsel that Premo behaved inappropriately toward her, Senate Minority Leader Kenny Yuko told cleveland.com on Wednesday. Yuko declined to identify the intern, when she made the complaint, or what she reported that Premo did, citing legal confidentiality between the Senate Democrats' lawyer and the intern.
COLUMBUS, Ohio--Michael Premo suddenly left Monday as the Ohio Senate Democrats' chief of staff, according to a Senate Democratic spokesman. It's unclear why Premo, who has been the Senate Dems' chief of staff since 2015, left the job. Spokesman Mike Rowe said Monday he couldn't discuss why Premo left, as it's a personnel issue. George Boas, the Senate Democrats' deputy chief of staff, is now the caucus' acting chief of staff, Rowe said. Premo is known for his outspoken views on Twitter.
COLUMBUS, Ohio--State Rep. Michael Henne said Wednesday was ordered to undergo sensitivity training 2 1/2 years ago after making a remark to a group that was reported as offensive. Henne, a Dayton-area Republican, said he didn't remember exactly what he said or the group he said it to. He said the comment wasn't sexual in nature, but a House investigation concluded that the training was warranted. "The fact that something upset somebody is embarrassing," Henne said in an interview.
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Selecting a term
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