The Illinois Human Rights Commission will update their sexual harassment complaint protocols today while an array of anti-harassment bills are scheduled to make their way through the crowded Capitol today. House Executive, Senate Government Reform, House Labor & Commerce, and House Economic Justice committees will all take up bills designed to take a bite out of sexism in Springfield and elsewhere. New ethics tools, including one which could give the statehouse’s inspectors general some sharper teeth, are riding along with most of them.

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