Gov. Dayton directs review of sexual harassment procedures of the executive branch
ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 47) -
In the wake of sexual misconduct allegations among state lawmakers, Minnesota Governor, Mark Dayton, is taking action in his administration.
In a letter Monday, Dayton is directing the Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner, Myron Frans, to conduct a review of sexual harassment policies, trainings and reporting procedures of the executive branch.
The governor also wants recommendations on any improvements that could be made.
The letter did not give a timeline on when the review should be done.
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