The study also found that teenage boys who report that they have witnessed their peers abusing women and girls are significantly more likely to bully and fight with others.
The finding was true for all four groups looked at in the study — police officers, financial advisers, white-collar criminals and corporate executives.
The study also found that middle-aged women who have been sexually assaulted are at greater risk of depression and anxiety.
Swanson’s campaign spokesperson accused the women who talked to MinnPost of being motivated by politics.
Former Nolan staffers remain disturbed over the way Jim Swiderski’s behavior was handled by the congressman and his most trusted lieutenants.
Several major proposals have been introduced at the Legislature to deal with sexual harassment in the workplace. With 10 days left in the session, here’s where they stand.
This session of the Minnesota Legislature has already been one of the busiest in recent memory, with a flurry of bills on several high-profile — and unexpected — issues taking center stage.
The full report into state Rep. Tony Cornish would not be made public because of privacy concerns, top House leaders said Thursday.
State lawmakers try to find a meaningful way to deal with an issue that has been unaddressed for decades — in a place where relationships are often marked by vast power imbalances.
Jenson v. Eveleth Taconite Co. became the first sexual harassment class action tried in US federal court.
Gov. Mark Dayton ordered the review of state agency policies in the wake of several high-profile sexual harassment allegations last year.
The findings part of a public data request and agency-wide review of sexual harassment policies across Minnesota state government
It all started in early 2016, when leaders of the janitors union in California got news that shocked them: The vast majority of their members had either witnessed or experienced sexual harassment on the job.
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Port, one of the women who came forward with allegations of sexual harassment against then-state Sen. Dan Schoen, recently suspended her campaign for the Legislature, and she is struggling to keep her business alive.
Some DFL insiders worry the perception that Franken was pushed out by Washington Democrats could make the party’s efforts to hold his seat more difficult.
Speaking on the Senate floor Thursday, Franken said: “…[T]his decision is not about me. It’s about the people of Minnesota. It’s become clear that I can’t pursue the Ethics Committee process and at the same time remain an effective senator for them.”
The calls follow a seventh allegation of sexual misconduct against the senator.
Franken’s voice was already conspicuously missing on several issues on which he had been a champion.
The contests to replace state Sen. Dan Schoen and Rep. Tony Cornish will be quick and expensive — and offer an important window into voter sentiments less than a year ahead of the state’s next major election.