House Ethics Chairman Greg Steuerwald, R-Avon, said he plans to hold a hearing once he has coordinated with the other members of the committee. That could come as soon as the second week in April, he said Wednesday.
It remains unclear, however, if anyone who was in the caucus meetings where Turner spoke will testify during the hearing. The caucus meetings, for members of both parties, are intensely private affairs even though critical decisions are often made there. It was in a private caucus meeting in the last few hours of the session that House Republicans decided to kill the nursing home construction ban.