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State Rep. Kevin Haggerty, D-Lackawanna (Pa. House photo)  "As a parent you can recognize when your children are struggling and the conscience (sic) decision I made to be with them was the only decision I could EdmontonDivorceMediation make," Haggerty, a Democrat, said in a statement, according to  The Citizens-Voice newspaper of Wilkes-Barre Earlier this week,  WNEP-TV reported that Haggerty had missed every voting session since July, including key votes on the state budget. Despite repeated attempts, the television station could not reach the 112th District lawmaker for comment. "Haggerty's wife, Jennifer, filed for divorce in May, after obtaining a protection from abuse order against him. The application for the order, which she later withdrew, said he spoke irrationally, then threw two water bottles at her and hit her hard enough on the head to cause temporary hearing loss and facial numbness. Dunmore police cited Haggerty for harassment, but a magisterial district judge later dismissed the citation at his wife's request. Online House records show Haggerty took a leave of absence every day and missed at least 145 roll call votes since the House resumed voting sessions Sept. 11 after summer break. Bill Patton, a spokesman for House Democrats, said Haggerty began requesting leave the day the House resumed voting. Legislators who want leave must ask for it daily and Haggerty regularly emailed his requests, Patton said." In his statement, Haggerty, who could similarly not be reached for comment by the Citizens-Voice, said he took his job "very seriously." "I am a dad with young kids, going through a public divorce but none of this changes my first responsibility to help ensure their well-being," the statement read.

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