FELDER AIDE ACCUSED OF GROPING A WOMAN AT FUNDRAISER PUT ON ADMINISTRATIVE LEAVE

ALBANY – A top aide to Brooklyn state Sen. Simcha Felder on Tuesday was placed on paid leave after being accused of groping a woman at a recent upstate fundraiser. Rodney Powis, Felder's $119,000-a-year chief of staff, was said to have grabbed and inappropriately touched the woman several times...

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