SACRAMENTO — The California Supreme Court has taken up a host of sexual harassment issues in recent years, so it’s a bit surprising that until Tuesday, the justices had yet to air one of the more obvious questions.

But the way the justices appear ready to answer that question — can an employee sue a co-worker for harassment under the state’s anti-discrimination law? — may be an even bigger surprise.

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