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What legal recourse do sexual harassment victims have?

  • Aired: 12/21/2017
  • 08:23
  • Rating: NR
When a worker wants to sue over sexual harassment, they must first file a complaint with the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In light of the conversation around the #MeToo movement, the number of complaints are expected to spike substantially. Judy Woodruff talks to Victoria Lipnic, acting chair of the EEOC, about the challenges women face.
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