In this March 21, 2018, photo, Rebecca Johnson, right, a lobbyist who helped organize a letter signed by more than 200 women calling for a culture change at the Washington state Capitol, talks to reporters as Sen. Karen Keiser, D-Des Moines, left, looks on in Olympia, Wash. Washington's legislative session is over but the conversation about sexual harassment at the state Capitol continues, with the House and Senate each convening their own groups to discuss potentials codes of conduct and how to address complaints.
In this March 21, 2018, photo, Rebecca Johnson, right, a lobbyist who helped organize a letter signed by more than 200 women calling for a culture change at the Washington state Capitol, talks to reporters as Sen. Karen Keiser, D-Des Moines, left, looks on in Olympia, Wash. Washington's legislative session is over but the conversation about sexual harassment at the state Capitol continues, with the House and Senate each convening their own groups to discuss potentials codes of conduct and how to address complaints. Ted S. Warren AP Photo
In this March 21, 2018, photo, Rebecca Johnson, right, a lobbyist who helped organize a letter signed by more than 200 women calling for a culture change at the Washington state Capitol, talks to reporters as Sen. Karen Keiser, D-Des Moines, left, looks on in Olympia, Wash. Washington's legislative session is over but the conversation about sexual harassment at the state Capitol continues, with the House and Senate each convening their own groups to discuss potentials codes of conduct and how to address complaints. Ted S. Warren AP Photo

Washington lawmakers working on sexual misconduct policies

April 11, 2018 12:21 PM