Fraternity Atmosphere Can Make State Capitols Hotbeds of Sexual Harassment 

USA Today is injecting itself into the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, but not without gifts like this story of Republican corruption.

State capitols are sometimes hotbeds of sexual harassment. Most legislatures are largely male, part-time and require members to travel away from home, creating a fraternity atmosphere.

Exhibit A is Tennessee, which is reeling from the case of state Rep. Jeremy Durham, who was found in a report by state Attorney General Herbert Slatery to have preyed on 22 women during his four years in office.

Dunham, the former Republican Whip of the Tennessee House was known as “Pants Candy.”

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