Grand jury recommends no charges against ex-state rep. accused of sexual assault but pushes Legislature for reforms
Brian Ellis, who served in the Pennsylvania House from 2002 until resigning in March of this year, was accused of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in 2015.
Compulsory sexual harassment NDAs would be banned under advancing state House bill
Update, June 11: The legislation passed the House 199-0 on Tuesday. It will now go the Senate for consideration. Original post By a unanimous vote, the Pennsylvania House Labor & Industry Committee advanced a bill on Tuesday that prevents employers from forcing workers to sign non-disclosure agreements that stifle sexual harassment investigations. The bill, sponsored by […]
#MeToo: Here’s what Americans had to say about their experiences and beliefs | Analysis
The U.S. needs to prioritize its prevention for the benefit of all, regardless of gender, a scholar suggests.
Can the Pa. Legislature be trusted to investigate its own #MeToo allegations?
There is still no system to investigate sexual harassment complaints uniformly in the Pennsylvania General Assembly. Bipartisan lawmakers are floating proposals to change that.
Leach steps down from key committee post in light of sexual misconduct accusations
He stepped down to "avoid even the appearance of a conflict of interest" as he pursues a defamation lawsuit against three women, one of whom accused him of sexual assault.