Wisconsin lawmakers oust majority leader over sexual accusations
MADISON -- Republicans in the Wisconsin Assembly ousted Rep. Bill Kramer as majority leader Tuesday after accusations that he sexually harassed one woman and inappropriately touched another.
Hours later, they replaced him for the time being with state Rep. Pat Strachota, R-West Bend. She is not seeking re-election this fall, so
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