Senator Targets Sexual Harassment at Sites Receiving HUD Funds

May 25, 2011
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U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA), who is on a mission to eliminate sexual harassment at organizations receiving federal funds, including public housing authorities, has introduced the Public Agency Accountability for Sexual Harassment Act. The proposed legislation would prohibit anyone who works for an organization receiving federal funds from engaging in sexual harassment, and require that organizations receiving federal dollars terminate anyone found to have engaged in sexual misconduct and disclose any settlement payments, fees, or fines arising from incidents of sexual harassment.

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