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The Combating Sexual Harassment in Science Act would compel America's science agencies to hold taxpayer-funded labs accountable for harassment.
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Other research suggests that women are more likely to experience both sexism and sexual harassment in male-majority workplaces.
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The National Institutes of Health also released the numbers of scientists it has taken action against, in response to claims they harassed others.
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Several members of Congress are already eying legislation to require universities to report taxpayer-funded harassers to the government.
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The letters-to-the-editor section of Science, one of the world's top scientific journals, is taking a new stance on what arguments it will accept about those accused of sexual harassment.
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Advocates see this as a concrete signal to the scientific community that bad behavior won't be tolerated.