CLEVELAND The former Ohio attorney general who resigned after saying he was not prepared for office is now part of a group that mentors attorneys general across the country.
Marc Dann stepped down in mid-May amid a sexual harassment investigation involving a top aide and the revelation of his own extramarital affair with an employee.
This week, he attended a National Association of Attorneys General meeting in Rhode Island.
In an e-mail to The Plain Dealer, the Democrat who served about 16 months in office says he attended the meeting as part of a group of former attorneys general who support current officeholders.
Association spokeswoman Angelita Plemmer says Dann was treated with respect by colleagues.
Ohio attorney general s spokesman Jim Gravelle says Dann s expenses were not paid by the state.
LISTEN: Dann's resignation announcement
TOLEDO CONNECTION: Ex-Toledoan chided for slow response to harassment claim
SEXUAL HARRASSMENT SCANDAL
OHIO GENERAL ASSEMBLY: Link to Ohio Constitution
LINK: State of Ohio
LINK: Contact Strickland
LINK: Attorney General
VIDEO: Marc Dann swears in as Attorney General (Jan. 8, 2007)
OTHER OHIO POLITICIANS INVOLVED IN IMPEACHMENT PROCESS
OHIO HISTORY CENTRAL: Calvin Pease
OHIO HISTORY CENTRAL: George Tod
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