The latest round of legal expenses cover Larkin Hoffman's work negotiating a settlement with Brodkorb which included $30,000 of severance pay.
Aside from the severance package, the committee will still need to convene at a later date to sign off on final defense payments.
The Senate Rules and Administration Committee took up and approved the latest round of legal defense fees on Monday afternoon, agreeing to pay another $91,000 worth of expenses in the civil lawsuit filed by former staffer Michael Brodkorb.
The Senate's veteran K-12 education fiscal analyst Eric Nauman is stepping into the role of lead fiscal analyst.
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