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Watch: Senate Quickly Passes Sexual Harassment Bill By Unanimous Consent

By Thomas McKinless

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The Senate passed a bill to overhaul the process for handling sexual harassment issues on Capitol Hill on Thursday morning. GOP Sen. Roy Blunt and Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar worked with other Senate and House leaders on the final version of the bill, which easily passed the Senate by unanimous consent. “This is going to be better for victims, and I’m proud that the Senate has come together on a bipartisan basis to get this bill done,” Klobuchar said shortly after the bill’s passage.

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