In this Jan. 7 file photo, John J. Diehl Jr is sworn in as the Speaker Pro Tem of the House of Representatives during the opening of the Missouri legislature in Jefferson City, Mo. Diehl apologized Wednesday for his “poor judgment” following a newspaper report that he had exchanged sexually charged text messages with a college student who was serving as a Capitol intern.
In this Jan. 7 file photo, John J. Diehl Jr is sworn in as the Speaker Pro Tem of the House of Representatives during the opening of the Missouri legislature in Jefferson City, Mo. Diehl apologized Wednesday for his “poor judgment” following a newspaper report that he had exchanged sexually charged text messages with a college student who was serving as a Capitol intern. Don Shrubshell Associated Press
In this Jan. 7 file photo, John J. Diehl Jr is sworn in as the Speaker Pro Tem of the House of Representatives during the opening of the Missouri legislature in Jefferson City, Mo. Diehl apologized Wednesday for his “poor judgment” following a newspaper report that he had exchanged sexually charged text messages with a college student who was serving as a Capitol intern. Don Shrubshell Associated Press

Missouri House speaker resigns after intern text messages

May 15, 2015 05:56 AM