Recent allegations of sexual misconduct have rocked the Minnesota Capitol.
House Speaker Kurt Daudt sat down with MPR's Tom Crann to discuss the recent events.
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Daudt expects an outside investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against former Rep. Tony Cornish to wrap up soon. It's unclear if results will be made public, he said.
"If anything that came up during the process of that report that points to anyone else we'll need to know that as well and deal with it appropriately," Daudt said.
Daudt added he would be open to a review — whether internal or external — of the Legislature's process for receiving, investigating and otherwise handling sexual harassment complaints.
"Sexual harassment has no place anywhere, let alone here in the house of government ... Everyone must feel safe here and we will have a zero tolerance policy for that kind of behavior and we'll take whatever actions necessary to make sure people do feel safe when they're here," he said.
Daudt said he's undecided on whether to stay in the Minnesota House, move on or run for governorship.
"There's still an opportunity to get in," he said. "At some point the door or window will close if I haven't made a decision to run and that's ok, too."