Rep. David Nangle of Lowell, committee vice chairman, confirmed the decision Tuesday night after Henriquez met privately with the panel for several hours.
Nangle said the full House will vote Thursday whether to accept or reject the committee’s report.
Henriquez, a Boston Democrat, is serving a six-month sentence after being convicted of assaulting a former girlfriend. He has resisted calls for his resignation from House Speaker Robert DeLeo, Gov. Deval Patrick and others "
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