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Many lawmakers took the opportunity today at the state of the state address to make a statement about sexual harassment in the workplace. 
Dressing in black for the occasion some women in the General Assembly say they did it to support the “me too” and “times up movement”. 
Republican Representative Sarah Jimenez says making statements is one thing – but now people need to move into action. 
Democrats in Washington, D.C. did the same Tuesday night for the President's State of the Union address. 

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