$900,000 paid to settle Pa. sex-harassment suit

January 9, 2018 GMT

Liz Navratil and Angela Couloumbis, HARRISBURG BUREAUS

HARRISBURG — The Wolf administration in 2016 paid nearly a million dollars to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit against a former midlevel manager in the Revenue Department, the largest payout made public to date involving allegations of sexual misconduct in Pennsylvania state government.

Administration officials confirmed Monday that they paid $900,000 to a woman who worked for the department, which collects taxes and enforces the state’s tax law.

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