The #MeToo movement against sexual misconduct has prompted many state legislatures to reconsider their internal policies and state laws on the issue.
Although about half of House and Senate legislative chambers nationwide have taken no substantive action this year, the measures adopted in other states have addressed a variety of issues, including training, investigations and public disclosure of sexual harassment complaints.
Here are some examples of the changes made by state legislatures:
Michigan: New policies require lawmakers in both chambers to participate in annual training.
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