Training is ‘ first step’ in stopping sexual harassment in the House, lawmakers say – Washington Post

Posted on Nov 14 2017 - 2:12pm by Zennie Abraham
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First came the flood of social-media posts from former and current congressional employees who were sexually harassed on the job. Then came more than 1,500 names of former congressional staffers urging Congress to fix the problem. Now, members of …
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