Last year Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill was accused of sexual misconduct. Four women said he groped and harassed them at an end-of-session party. When the allegations came to light, Hill publicly denied them and refused to resign.
Last week the state held a series of disciplinary hearings, where Hill is defending his law license. Could it mean the end of Hill’s legal career? Today on All IN, reporters Brandon Smith of Indiana Public Broadcasting and Niki Kelly of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette join us to break down the whole story.
We also talk with tutors from AskRose, a homework hotline, about resources available to middle and high school students with math and science questions.
Produced by Drew Daudelin.
Statehouse Reporter, Indiana Public Broadcasting
Government and politics reporter, Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Program Tutor, AskRose
Associate Director, AskRose