Chairman details ‘hush fund’ Congress uses to shield harassment complaints
The compliance fund Congress has used to shield complaints of sexual harassment has paid out about $17 million over the past 20 years, but it’s unclear how much of that actually went to hush up harassment itself. House Administration Committee Chairman Gregg Harper said Congress’s Office of Compliance makes payouts for a host of issues that…
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