Congressman Jim Kolbe (R-Ariz.) appeared before the House Ethics Committee in late November, sources with knowledge of the investigation told ABC News. Kolbe is believed to have testified that sometime in early 2000, a congressional page from Kolbe’s home district of Arizona, asked for help from Kolbe in dealing with inappropriate e-mail contact from then-Congressman Mark Foley. Kolbe passed the complaint to Foley’s office and the clerk of the House at the time and assumed the matter was resolved, a spokeswoman for Kolbe’s office told ABC News. THE BLOTTER RECOMMENDS DISCRETION ADVISED Read the Instant Messages That Forced Former Congressman Foley to Resign Republicans Held Damage Control Calls Before Foley Scandal Broke Click Here to Check Out Who’s Blowing Hot, Cool and Smoke on the Brian Ross Homepage The spokeswoman said today, "I can confirm that Congressman Kolbe testified before the Ethics Committee at the end of November. However, the nature of the testimony is subject to the Committee’s rules of non-disclosure."