A former Kansas legislative staffer has alleged Democratic leaders failed to investigate concerns about sexual harassment and female interns serving as designated drivers for male lawmakers.
A former Kansas legislative staffer has alleged Democratic leaders failed to investigate concerns about sexual harassment and female interns serving as designated drivers for male lawmakers. nnakahodo@kcstar.com Neil Nakahodo
A former Kansas legislative staffer has alleged Democratic leaders failed to investigate concerns about sexual harassment and female interns serving as designated drivers for male lawmakers. nnakahodo@kcstar.com Neil Nakahodo

Harassment at Kansas Capitol: Staffer says she was told ‘nothing was going to change’

October 26, 2017 12:28 PM

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