Oversight chair introduces legislation stemming from Commanders probe

House Oversight and Reform Committee Chair Carolyn Maloney introduced legislation Friday aimed at preventing the use of non-disclosure agreements for sexual harassment cases and limit misuse of employee images, in direct response to the panel’s months-long probe into the Washington Commanders’ workplace misconduct scandal.

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