Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and Attorney General Maura Healey are both calling for Amherst Senator Stan Rosenberg to resign following the release of a Senate ethics report on Wednesday.
An investigation determined Rosenberg knew or should have known that Bryon Hefner, his now-estranged husband, racially and sexually harassed Senate employees and failed to adequately address the issue.
The report also found that Rosenberg violated Senate rules by sharing his confidential computer password with Hefner, giving him unfettered access to Rosenberg's Senate email account.
Rosenberg stepped down from his Senate presidency in December but has stayed on as a senator and is running for re-election.
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