Republican senators will meet in St. Paul on Tuesday to select their new majority leader. The senate has been without a leader since Amy Koch (coke) stepped down last week amid allegations of inappropriate conduct with an employee.
Minnesota Republican senators will meet in St. Paul next week to choose a new majority leader after the sudden resignation of Sen. Amy Koch over allegations of an inappropriate relationship with an employee.
State Sen. Amy Koch says she's stepping down as Senate majority leader and won't seek reelection next year. Koch made the surprise announcement Thursday in a letter to fellow Republican senators and GOP staff.
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