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Last month, state Senate President Bill Galvano agreed to spend $900,000 of taxpayer money to settle a messy case stemming from sexual harassment allegations against former Sen. Jack Latvala.

In relative terms, the matter was handled lickety-split.

From the time the first women complained about Latvala to the time the check was cut, only 13 months passed.

It was a case that involved politicians, lobbyists and allegations of lewd behavior (which Latvala denied) — and legislators wanted the matter behind them ASAP. So they cut the check fast.

You can find the original article HERE.

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