Stand with sexual harassment victims: YES on AB 9!
Currently, sexual harassment and discrimination victims in California only have one year to file complaints — much less time than other civil claims, meaning our laws actively discriminate against victims of sexual harassment.
Email and tweet at your California legislators and ask them to support Assembly Bill 9 to extend the statute of limitations for filing sexual harassment complaints (and other workplace rights violations) from one year to three years, giving workers more time to process what happened to them, learn about their rights, and seek justice.
Let’s make sure California is still setting the standard for the rest of the country with bills that ensure sexual harassment victims aren’t unfairly denied justice.
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