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Feinstein, Collins and Others Call For Better Reporting of Sexual Abuse in Athletics

Four Olympic gymnasts testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday to tell their stories of being sexually abused as young athletes by the U.S. team doctor. The testimony was part of the legislative push for a bipartisan anti-sex abuse bill, which was introduced by Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein and co-sponsored by Republican Sen. Susan Collins. The bill would require amateur athletics governing bodies to immediately report sexual abuse allegations to law enforcement. See the video for more from the senators and gymnasts.

A Woman’s History Month Talk With the First Female GPO Director

Davita Vance-Cooks became the Government Publishing Office’s first female and first African American executive director in 2013. Vance-Cooks sat down with Roll Call to discuss the importance of women’s work at the GPO and her own “humbling” place in the agency’s history.

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Democratic Strategist Explains Party’s Redistricting Plans

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Black History and America’s Capitol

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