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Evening of UnityJoin State Senator Julie Morrison for An Evening of Unity, taking place on Thursday, November 30 at 6:30p.m. at the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center (9603 Woods Drive, Skokie).

The event will provide an open discussion of the important issues facing our neighbors, communities and nation. Panelists will share what inspired them to take action and become an advocate for the issues important to them - and how you can become involved as well.

Interested in attending?

To register, please call the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center at (847) 967-4889 or register online at www.ILHolocaustMuseum.org/Events.

Questions?

Please contact Senator Morrison's office in Deerfield at (847) 945-5200.

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Environmental Town HallJoin State Senator Julie Morrison, Lake County Board Member Paul Frank, Highland Park Councilwoman Kim Stone and environmental experts to learn about important environmental issues and how you can take action.

Interested in attending?

To RSVP, please visit www.ilenviro.org/highlandpark.

Questions?

Please contact Senator Morrison's office in Deerfield at (847) 945-5200.

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Sen. Julie MorrisonSPRINGFIELD - State Senator Julie Morrison (D – Deerfield) released the following statement this afternoon after supporting three proposals aimed at addressing sexual harassment in Springfield:

“Today’s action by the General Assembly represents an important first step in addressing the serious issue of sexual harassment in Illinois politics. Our laws and policies should be crafted to give a voice to victims. Unfortunately, both our laws and the culture in Springfield denied justice to victims. While today represents progress, we must continue the discussion on how to end sexual harassment in our state.”

The Senate passed three provisions today, including:

  • Senate Bill 402 that will address a current gap in state law that limits the Legislative Ethics Commission from making a ruling on a sexual harassment complaint or imposing penalties against state officials, including members of the legislature;
  • House Bill 137 that will allow the newly-appointed Legislative Inspector General to investigate formal complaints past the current one-year limitation;
  • House Joint Resolution 83 that publicly acknowledges the issue of sexual harassment in Illinois politics and urges a change in the culture that allows such behavior; and
  • Senate Resolution 1076 that creates a task force that will examine legislative changes to maximize protections for those victimized by sexual discrimination and harassment.

All four proposals passed the General Assembly this afternoon.

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