A scathing argument that makes a national scandal local . . .
"This past summer, our Missouri Legislature proudly enacted Senate Bill 43, and Gov. Eric Greitens cheerfully signed it into law. What does it do? It completely shields sexual predators at work . . . Under Missouri’s new law, predators like Weinstein and O’Reilly will bear no responsibility for their actions at work, because they simply can’t be sued any more. And if you are an employer who checks court files before you hire someone, there won’t be any record you can check because individual harassers cannot be sued."
The now infamous names of Harvey Weinstein and Bill O'Reilly are just the most current names on the roster of sexual abusers of women at work. Roy Price, chief at Amazon Studios, recently resigned after a female producer accused him of sexual harassment.