Oregon lawmaker accused of misconduct to resign

By REUTERS
July 26, 2011 19:33

 
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WASHINGTON - Oregon's Democratic Representative David Wu, who has been accused of an unwanted sexual encounter with the teenage daughter of a campaign contributor, will resign, his spokesman said on Tuesday.

Wu, 56, had already announced this week that he would not seek an eighth term. Nancy Pelosi, the top-ranking Democrat in the US House of Representatives, had referred the matter to the House Ethics Committee.

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