The Arizona House of Representatives released 340 pages of investigative records Friday after a legal demand by The Arizona Republic and KPNX 12 News to make public the underlying documents at the heart of the sexual-misconduct allegations involving state lawmakers.

"It's a positive development that House counsel decided, upon further reflection, to release an additional 340 pages of public materials from this investigation for public inspection," said Ballard Spahr Partner David J. Bodney. "It begs the question of how many additional materials remain concealed from public view."

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