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Sexual Misconduct / Conyers / Congress Process / Speier Interview #1118108

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 21, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) The House investigation of sexual harassment charges against Representative John Conyers & the case of Senator Al Franken introduced. The taxpayer-funded process by which Congress handles sexual harassment cases explained; chart outlined on screen. [Recently, Representative Jackie SPEIER - talks about the complaint process that takes three months.]

(Studio: John Berman) Earlier interview held with Speier about Conyers, Congress & harassment allegations. [SPEIER - offerS views on the money to pay off those harassed, on her bill {Me Too Congress Act} to promote transparency about legal settlements, the need to protect women who work on Capitol Hill, the support in Congress for her bill.]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John
Duration:
00:07:00

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