Sexual harassment laws

It's your call

April 16, 1992

Of 239 callers to SUNDIAL, 140, or 58 percent, say sexual harassment laws are not needed in Maryland cities and counties, while 99 callers (41 percent) say they are needed.

Similarly, there does not need to be a state sexual harassment law, according to 132 of 237 callers (55 percent), while 105 callers (44 percent) disagree.

Complaints of sexual harassment should continue to be handled by the Human Relations Commission, in the opinion of 138 of 236 callers (58 percent), while 98 callers (41 percent) say otherwise.

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