Women's Group Calls For Apology After Disorderly Conduct Resurfaces

(Madison, WI)  --  A state women's group is calling for an apology from Republican Assembly candidate Jon Plumer.  Police reports regarding a disorderly conduct dispute involving Plumer have resurfaced, outraging the Wisconsin National Organization for Women.  The incident happened in 1997 when Plumer kicked his then 18-year-old daughter out of the house after a family dispute.  The daughter told a neighbor Plumer had physically pushed her out of the house, tore a phone off the wall and pushed her mother to the floor.  Plumer says the details of the confrontation have been mischaracterized and "exaggerated."


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