Lawmakers Outline Timeline of Cuomo Impeachment Investigation

James's probe that concluded Gov. Andrew Cuomo had criminally sexually harassed 11 women
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More punishing news for the Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York is expected Monday as an Assembly committee meets to discuss possible impeachment proceedings.

Nearly two-thirds of the legislative body have already said they favor an impeachment trial if he won’t resign. It's not clear how long the impeachment process will take, though reports have suggested it could be roughly another month to complete the committee's investigation, combined with the New York Attorney General Letitia James's probe that concluded Gov. Andrew Cuomo had criminally sexually harassed 11 women, produce its report and articles of impeachment, and then vote on them.

The Judiciary Committee opened with a brief public comment from Chair Charles Lavine before entering into an executive session to hear from the team of lawyers tasked with investigating the governor on behalf of the committee.

The group of lawmakers met to discuss in detail the attorney general's 165-page report and craft a timeline for possible impeachment. Lavine and Speaker Carl Heastie are expected to deliver a public address after the committee wraps for the day.

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