Pa. Lieutenant Governor to Address Inquiry

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Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor plans to address an inspector general inquiry at a news conference Wednesday afternoon.

Lt. Gov. Mike Stack’s event comes on the heels of an investigation into the Philadelphia Democrat’s treatment of staff and security at him and his wife’s Harrisburg home, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

“Stack will make himself available to the media to address question arising from a letter he received from the Office of Inspector General advising him that a review is underway regarding work place issues related to services provided to the Lieutenant Governor,” Stack’s office said.

Stack plans to take questions, his office said.

You can watch the event LIVE on this page.

Republican Party of Pennsylvania Chairman Val DiGiorgio called the allegations of Stack mistreating state employees “disturbing:”

“It’s disturbing to hear that Lt. Governor Stack lambasted state employees who cook, clean, and tend the grounds at his taxpayer funded home,” DiGiorgio said. “Even more concerning are reports that he directed his security detail to violate state police policy. These actions are highly unbecoming of a Lt. Governor. Sadly, arrogance and corruption among Democrat public officials, especially those from Philadelphia, is becoming more and more common these days.”

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