More than two dozen current and former McDonald's workers filed sexual harassment complaints Tuesday to confront what they say is widespread misconduct at the fast-food behemoth.
House members approved the policy in a unanimous voice vote Thursday after the Senate adopted a similar policy two weeks ago.
The Indianapolis Star published a story Wednesday afternoon that said House Speaker Brian Bosma paid a law firm to investigate and find negative information about a former intern who alleges she had a consensual sexual encounter with Bosma in 1992.
Confidentiality agreements have come under fire during the #MeToo movement. Six state have passed new restrictions on the agreements and 16 more are considering them.
Recent data reports that 44 percent of Americans say they have been sexually harassed. And of the men and women who report harassment, a majority say it happened in the workplace.
Indiana Democratic Party Chairman John Zody has called on Hill to resign after a published report of allegations that he inappropriately touched four women at an Indianapolis bar, including a lawmaker.