SALT LAKE CITY — Lawmakers investigating former Utah Attorney General John Swallow met Saturday to map out how they'll wrap up their inquiry in the wake of Swallow's resignation.
Rep. Jim Dunnigan says the House investigative committee he chairs will report its findings at a public meeting sometime within the next two weeks.
The Taylorsville Republican says he thinks "it's very important for the House of Representatives and the people of Utah to hear" what the panel has learned.
Swallow announced his resignation in late November, citing the personal and financial toll of ongoing investigations into his dealings with several businessmen.
The Deseret News reports (http://bit.ly/IT49kX ) the bipartisan committee met behind closed doors for nearly four hours Saturday before returning to unanimously approve a motion to hold the public meeting.
Information from: Deseret News, http://www.deseretnews.com