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Kentucky’s ex-speaker not leaving his post quietly

Kentucky’s former GOP House speaker is not going quietly. Jeff Hoover, who resigned his leadership post Monday because he said he didn’t want to be a distraction, tried Tuesday to make it more difficult for lawmakers to discipline each other. He wanted to require the lawmakers who are trying to expel him from the House to pay for his legal expenses – but only if their expulsion attempt fails.

Idaho lawmakers undergo anti-sexual harassment training

Hundreds of Idaho legislators, Statehouse staffers, reporters and lobbyists underwent “respectful workplace” training on Tuesday, and top legislative leaders vowed that harassment is “never acceptable in the Idaho state Capitol.” Senate President Pro-Tem Brent Hill, Rexburg, added, “This is not just sexual harassment, but any kind of harassment...

Idaho lawmakers undergo anti-sexual harassment training

Hundreds of Idaho legislators, Statehouse staffers, reporters and lobbyists underwent “respectful workplace” training on Tuesday, and top legislative leaders vowed that harassment is “never acceptable in the Idaho state Capitol.”

Kentucky lawmakers attending anti-harassment training

One day after the Kentucky House speaker temporarily ceded power in the aftermath of a secret sexual harassment settlement, he and his colleagues are headed off to mandatory training aimed at curbing the problem.

Outside View: Haley is right, Trump accusers should be heard

The people who elected Donald Trump, and those whom he serves as president, have a right to know that their president isn’t playing by an old set of rules when everyone else is playing, finally, by new and fairer ones.

Major media players start commission for sexual misconduct

The biggest figures and institutions in entertainment have established a commission to be chaired by Anita Hill that intends to combat sexual misconduct and inequality in the industry in the wake of the huge wave of revelations spurred by allegations against Harvey Weinstein.