FILE - In this March 14, 2018, file photo, House Speaker Brian Bosma, R- Indianapolis, speaks following a hearing in the House chamber at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. A state election panel won't investigate Bosma's use of campaign funds to collect information on a woman who says she performed oral sex on the married Republican lawmaker when she was a legislative intern in 1992.
FILE - In this March 14, 2018, file photo, House Speaker Brian Bosma, R- Indianapolis, speaks following a hearing in the House chamber at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. A state election panel won't investigate Bosma's use of campaign funds to collect information on a woman who says she performed oral sex on the married Republican lawmaker when she was a legislative intern in 1992. Darron Cummings, File AP Photo
FILE - In this March 14, 2018, file photo, House Speaker Brian Bosma, R- Indianapolis, speaks following a hearing in the House chamber at the Statehouse in Indianapolis. A state election panel won't investigate Bosma's use of campaign funds to collect information on a woman who says she performed oral sex on the married Republican lawmaker when she was a legislative intern in 1992. Darron Cummings, File AP Photo