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What are your state legislature's harassment policies?

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Sexual misconduct allegations topple many state lawmakers

This combination of photos shows the numerous state lawmakers across the country who have been accused of sexual misconduct or harassment in the past year as of January 2018, who have resigned from office. Top row from left are Alaska Rep. Dean Westlake, California Assemblyman Matt Dababneh and Florida Sen. Jack Latvala. Middle row from left are Mississippi Rep. John Moore, Nevada Sen. Mark Manendo and Oklahoma Rep. Dan Kirby. Bottom row from left are Oklahoma Sen. Ralph Shortey, Oklahoma Sen. Bryce Marlatt and South Dakota Rep. Mathew Wollmann. (AP Photo)


Each state has its own policies regarding sexual harassment and misconduct. What are your state's? Use our database to see how your state compares to others.

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Data provided by the Associated Press.
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