|Posted on 6/5/2018 10:17:00 AM.|
The Secretary of State’s office has been warning the public
that Louisiana has aging voting machines that could fall apart, and now we have
a price tag for replacing them, $60 million. The feds have offered to
chip in with nearly $6 million to get the process started. Secretary of State
Kyle Ardoin says it’s not going to happen overnight.
|Interim Secretary of State Kyle Audoin, voting machines, sexual harassment|
|Posted on 5/1/2018 12:41:00 PM.|
Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler has submitted his resignation letter to the governor, in the wake of a sexually harassment scandal involving his former secretary, Dawn Ross. Schedler refutes many of the allegations, but Ross' attorney Jill Craft says his resignation sends a clear signal to other would-be-harassers.
"It's time that people stand up and realize this is not okay. This is not a good old boys network. It's time for it to stop, period!" said Craft.More
|Tom Schedler, resigns, Secretary of State, sexual harassment|
|Posted on 4/29/2018 4:01:00 AM.|
A political analyst says embattled Secretary of State Tom Schedler might not be able to stay in office much longer as the sexual harassment allegations against him will not go away. Bernie Pinsonat says published emails showing sexual advances by Schedler towards an employee could lead to his resignation.
"It could be the end of his political career. So we'll see but it's probably a matter of time until Schedler gives up the ship and resigns."
|Tom Schedler, Secretary of State, Resignation, Sexual Harassment|
|Posted on 4/27/2018 10:47:00 AM.|
The woman who has accused Secretary of State Tom Schedler
of sexual harassment is speaking out, exclusively to the Louisiana Radio
Network. Dawn Ross, a longtime employee of the Secretary of State’s
office, says she was the recipient of unwanted sexually charged emails, gifts
and advances by Schedler since 2007 and she eventually had enough.
"I had told him he needed to stop and to leave me alone multiple times."
|Secretary of State Tom Schedler, sexual harassment, Exclusive|
|Posted on 3/16/2018 1:05:00 PM.|
A bill that would prevent businesses from requiring employees to sign agreements blocking them from going to court over sexual harassment claims passed the House Labor Committee. The proposal by Representative Robert Johnson is part of a nationwide effort, backed by Attorney Generals, to protect victims of workplace misconduct.
|sexual harassment, #metoo, Robert Johnson, legislation, regular session, litigation|
|Posted on 2/28/2018 2:48:00 PM.|
|Governor John Bel Edwards is
calling on Secretary of State Tom Schedler to resign immediately as a result of
a lawsuit filed that accuses the state’s top election official of sexual
harassment. Edwards says sexual harassment in the workplace should not be
“I’m more troubled with his
own admissions which by textbook definition constitute sexual harassment,”
|Tom Schedler, sexual harassment, Governor John Bel Edwards, resignation|
|Posted on 2/22/2018 4:29:00 PM.|
Louisiana Secretary of State Tom Schedler is being sued for allegations of sexual harassment involving his former Executive Secretary Dawn Ross. The suit alleges a pattern of repeated harassment, and claims to have multiple documents that support the accusations. Ross’s attorney Jill Crafts says that includes an explicitly worded Valentine’s letter from the Secretary.
|Tom Schedler, sexual harassment, Dawn Ross, |
|Posted on 12/1/2017 7:06:00 AM.|
Will holiday company parties be a bit more laid back this year, because of the heightened awareness of sexual harassment? A national conversation is underway about office misconduct in the wake of allegations against many high profile celebrities.
|mark rosa, christmas parties, sexual harassment, workplace misconduct, office holiday party, co-workers, boss|
|Posted on 11/29/2017 1:03:00 PM.|
The Today Show Host Matt Lauer is now another prominent name in media who has been fired amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
|Matt Lauer, LSU Health New Orleans, Michelle Many, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct|
|Posted on 11/23/2017 7:07:00 AM.|
A member of the governor's staff has resigned as a result of sexual harassment allegations. LaPolitics.com learned Deputy Chief of Staff for Programs and Planning Johnny Anderson turned in his resignation on Wednesday. Deputy Chief of Staff Richard Carbo said in a statement that they take these allegations very seriously.
|Johnny Anderson, sexual harassment, resigns, John Bel Edwards, lapolitics|
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