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House committee holds hearing on sexual harassment policies

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U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne (R) of Alabama (FOX10 News) U.S. Rep. Bradley Byrne (R) of Alabama (FOX10 News)
WASHINGTON (WALA) -

News of sexual assault allegations against Senate candidate Roy Moore comes as members of Congress plan to review their policies on sexual harassment.

That's according to report by USA Today.

A House committee will hold a hearing today on sexual harassment policies.

Among those testifying today is Alabama Congressman Bradley Bryne.

Before becoming a lawmaker, Byrne practiced employment law and advised companies on harassment policies. 

The Senate has already passed a bipartisan resolution requiring senators and their staff to take training to prevent sexual harassment training.

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