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From right, Pamela Powers-Hannley, D-Tucson, Isela Blanc, D-Tempe, Sally Ann Gonzales, D-Tucson, and Richard Andrade, D-Glendale, participate with other Arizona House members receiving mandatory sexual harassment and other ethics issues training on the House floor at the Capitol, Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

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States rethink sexual misconduct policies after complaints

After a tumultuous few months that saw numerous lawmakers accused of sexual misconduct, a majority of state legislatures across the country are considering strengthening sexual harassment policies that have gone unheeded or unchanged for years.