Minn. senator quit leader post after accusations, top aide no longer employed by Senate
Published 12/16/2011, Associated Press
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Republican senators said Friday they confronted their majority leader about allegations of an improper relationship with an employee the night before she abruptly resigned her leadership post, the latest black eye for a party reeling from a wave of bad news.Word count: 903
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