WASHINGTON – New York’s senators are backing two different fixes for how Capitol Hill deals with sexual harassment and discrimination. On Thursday, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) shamed her peers on the Senate floor, for having let 100 days go by since the House unanimously passed a bill that outlines how to deal with complaints by...
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Senators debut dueling bills to tackle sex discrimination
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