Minn. House Looks To Revamp Harassment Rules In WorkplaceThe push to revamp the internal policies came after sexual misconduct allegations against two state lawmakers who resigned last year.
All 22 Female Senators Seek Debate On Anti-Harassment BillThe senators write the leaders that "inaction is unacceptable." They say the Senate can't let "perpetrators of these crimes" hide behind procedures enacted in 1995.
Report Details Issues With House Sexual Harassment PoliciesAn external investigation of the House lawmaker who resigned due to sexual harassment allegations gives the Legislature some work to do.
Minn. Lawmakers Crafting New Sexual Harassment Policy After ResignationsThe new policy will speed up the process for addressing complaints and allow lobbyists, staff, or members of the public to make allegations against lawmakers.
Lawmakers In Minnesota Attend Sexual Harassment TrainingMinnesota House members are pausing from their legislative duties to attend a day-long training on sexual harassment and workplace discrimination.
State Rep. Says Sexual Harassment Subcommittee Is 'Not Enough'The state of Minnesota and Minnesota House Republican leaders have proposed sweeping changes when it comes to handling sexual harassment complaints.
Report: Minnesota Paid $709K To Settle Sexual Harassment ClaimsA new state report says Minnesota's government paid out $709,500 in the past six years to settle sexual harassment complaints in executive branch agencies.
Sexual Harassment Training, Reporting Under Scrutiny At State CapitolMinnesota lawmakers are moving to tighten the Legislature's sexual harassment training and policies.