Senators concerned that federal courts fall short in handling sexual misconduct

Posted On: Jun 13, 2018   |   Posted By: The Washington Post

The federal judiciary has been forced to deal with the issue after The Washington Post reported last year on allegations against an appeals court judge, who later resigned.

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