February 28, 2018 •
Georgia House Passes Sexual Harassment Measure for Lobbyists
The Georgia House of Representatives unanimously voted today to require lobbyists to sign an annual statement agreeing to abide by the General Assembly’s sexual harassment policy.
House Bill 973 would make signing this statement a condition to lobbyist registration, and violations of the policy would be grounds for sanctions.
The bill has not yet been assigned a committee in the Senate.
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