Politico ---------- Bipartisan House negotiators on Thursday delayed the release of a plan to overhaul Capitol Hill’s workplace harassment policy, but the move appeared to signal momentum for action when Congress returns to Washington in 2018. As five House Republicans and Democrats who have worked on a consensus deal to modernize congressional office misconduct policy described themselves as “very close to finalizing” their proposal, a key Senate Republican involved in talks on Hill harassment policy sent another positive signal about action as soon as next month. To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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