Governor Reynolds says it's up to state senators to act now that one of their own is staying put despite sexual misconduct allegations. Reynolds spoke Wednesday about Democrat senator Nate Boulton's decision to stay in the Senate even though the allegations drove him from the governor's race in May. Reynolds reminded senators they were outspoken about sexual harassment this year while they were in session. In a statement this week, Boulton also admitted to having problems with binge drinking in the past.
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