The nation is focusing on sexual harassment as it never has before, and how we respond to these allegations is undergoing a change in almost every profession. But what about in your state capital? Every state has different requirements for sexual harassment training, and each legislature handles accusations differently. Some have used tax payer dollars to pay settlements to victims of sexual harassment experienced in the halls of the legislature. We'll look at what it will take to make statehouses safer work environments and get more women into politics.
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