Kansas City, Missouri 2021-11-29 19:17:00 –
Wyandotte County, Kansas (KCTV)-Member of State Aaron Coleman faces the possibility of expulsion from the Kansas Parliament.
Six women in Congress filed a complaint against Coleman this afternoon.
This was after police arrested a 21-year-old boy over the weekend on suspicion of drunk driving.
Some of the complaints are:
“This action puts members of parliament, members of parliament, and visitors to the parliament at risk, and at risk of serving at the Kansas State Capitol.”
Lawmakers say Coleman’s recent arrest was the cause of his physical and mental health concerns.
“I see people suffering from mental health problems,” said Stephanie Byers, head of the 86 District of Kansas. “By resigning from the legislature, seek professional help and tackle those problems. Will be able to do it. “
In January of this year, the Kansas House Select Investigation Commission dismissed the complaint against Coleman. He was accused of abuse.
The commission gave him a letter of rebuke, but did not expel him.
“I don’t necessarily think it’s a system failure,” Buyers said. “I think the system worked as intended, but I don’t think it’s progressing enough. We’re currently looking at the final results.”
Parliament is currently postponed, but will resume in January.
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