Last month, the Women’s Caucus of the Maryland General Assembly released a 38-page report which put a spotlight on sexual harassment in the state government. The report contained details of multiple incidences of sexual harassment and assault by colleagues of the female lawmakers and included 22 recommendations for a legislative community with more accountability and transparency. So, what happens next? We discuss what improvements women legislators of Maryland are demanding and what changes are underway.


  • Ariana Kelly Montgomery County representative, Maryland House of Delegates @DelArianaKelly
  • Ovetta Wiggins Maryland reporter, The Washington Post; @OvettaWashPost

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