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Boys Could Have ‘Fun With You,’ Michigan Legislator Tells Reporter

NYTimes.com Thursday, 16 January 2020
The state’s Senate has been asked to investigate whether Senator Peter J. Lucido’s remarks to Allison Donahue were sexual harassment. He said the comments were “blown out of proportion.”
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News video: Michigan Senator Reportedly Told Reporter: School Boys 'Could Have A Lot Of Fun' With You

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Michigan State Senator Peter Lucido is facing a number of questions over a comment he made to a female reporter regarding how much “fun” high school boys could have with her.

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