The latest in a series of ordinances to address sexual assault and harassment are up in the city’s Workforce Development and Audit Committees Thursday. Aldermen introduced measures to extend harassment rules to elected officials, voted to mandate annual sexual harassment training in December, and broadened the city’s definition of harassment to protect constituents last month.

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