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Chief justice vows to review sexual harassment policies

By Reuters
02 January 2018   |   6:10 am
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts said he would launch a review of how the judicial branch handles sexual harassment after allegations of sexual misconduct against an influential U.S. appeals court judge.

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