State lawmakers in New York crossed party lines Wednesday evening to approve a sweeping new set of reforms to the state’s laws on sexual harassment designed to offer new protections for victims, both in the workplace and when they report inappropriate behavior.
Legislation to do so passed unanimously in the State Senate late Wednesday, and with little opposition in the Assembly. It has support from Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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