The Human Resources Subcommittee recommends completely redoing the Chamber’s policy, last updated in 2009, with greater focus on independent oversight.
Independent Senator Raymonde Saint-Germain, left, and Conservative Senator David Tkachuk, right, sit on the Human Resources Subcommittee that is recommending the Senate have a new anti-harassment policy written. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The Senate needs to start from scratch when it comes to its anti-harassment policy, instead of merely updating its existing decade-old document, says a group of Senators tasked with studying the Upper Chamber’s anti-harassment rules.
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