Schoen, a first-term senator from St. Paul Park who previously served two terms in the House, is leaving office because the allegations against him made it impossible for him to be “effective,” his attorney said Wednesday.
The breadth and speed with which the story has spread means that many questions remain unanswered, including: How many more allegations are out there? And did those in power know what was going on?
It’s a thorny question for Democrats, and for a multitude of reasons.
Attorney Paul Rogosheske scheduled a news conference to announce Schoen’s resignation on Wednesday afternoon. In a statement, Cornish said he plans to step down December 1.
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Schoen, a first-term senator from St. Paul Park who previously served in the House, said in a statement the allegations are “either completely false or have been taken far out of context.”
Sen. Dan Schoen’s response to allegations that he has sexually harassed multiple women just goes to show how removed he is from the experiences of women in our society.
After being told of the allegations and talking with Schoen, DFL Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk called for the St. Paul Park lawmaker to resign.
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