A bipartisan group on the House Judiciary Committee is questioning the judiciary’s efforts to address harassment in the workplace after a federal trial judge in Kansas was found last year to have repeatedly sexually harassed his employees.
A letter, dated Thursday and signed by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler and Reps. Hank Johnson, Jim Sensenbrenner and Mary Gay Scanlon, focuses on the conduct of U.S. District Judge Carlos Murguia, who was found to have sexually harassed staff and had an extramarital affair with a felon on probation.
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