100 days after House passage, Gillibrand calls on Senate to act on sexual harassment reform

Kirsten Elizabeth Gillibrand Senate Dems call for new committee hearing on Pruitt’s ethics concerns Gillibrand pushes to require record-keeping by immigration agents Senate Dems tell Mulvaney to turn over calendar after comments about lobbyists MORE on Thursday criticized her Senate colleagues for not acting on sexual harassment reform, noting 100 days had passed since the House passed landmark legislation to overhaul Capitol Hill’s sexual harassment policies. “100 days ago, the House unanimously passed a bipartisan bill to address sexual harassment in Congress,” Gillibrand said in a string of tweets.

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