Scotus: Sexual Harassment

— NPR's Nina Totenberg previews the arguments that the Supreme Court hears today in two sexual harassment cases. Neither case involves a question of whether sexual harassment took place. Rather, it's a matter of who should be liable for damages. One case involves a city government; the other a school board. Both contend that they should not be held liable for sexual harassment by their employees because they were not aware it was going on.

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