State Assembly committee begins probe this week into accusations against Gov. Cuomo

The Assembly's Judiciary Committee will look into the claims of six women who say they were sexually harassed by Cuomo. A seventh woman says she was sexually assaulted by the governor.

News 12 Staff

Mar 15, 2021, 5:13 PM

Updated 1,131 days ago

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An investigation led by a state Assembly committee into the sexual allegations against Gov. Andrew Cuomo begins this week.
The Assembly's Judiciary Committee will look into the claims of six women who say they were sexually harassed by Cuomo. A seventh woman says she was sexually assaulted by the governor.
The committee may also investigate the governor's handling of nursing home deaths during the pandemic and any other allegations of wrongdoing.
The investigation along with a separate probe by State Attorney General Letitia James could take months.
If the committee decides Cuomo did do something wrong, the full Assembly could vote to impeach him. He would then be removed from office and the state Senate would vote on whether or not Cuomo is guilty of the accusations.
Click here to view poll conducted by the Sienna College Research Institute on whether Cuomo should resign.


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