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Dayton: Cornish should resign, too. Lawyer says other women might come forward. Eagan lawmaker cites harassment


November 14, 2017

Changes are coming to the state Capitol just days after two Minnesota legislators were accused of sexual harassment.

The Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party announced Monday that it will require candidates receiving party support to take sexual harassment and workplace conduct training. And Gov. Mark Dayton, who has asked that both lawmakers resign, ordered a review of all state policies on sexual harassment and assault.


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