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Why women don’t report sexual harassment at the Capitol

Lisa Kaplan, center, says she spends time with her youngest daughter Asha Kaplan-Heiland, 22 months old, two mornings a week at Westlake Community Park in Sacramento.
Lisa Kaplan, center, says she spends time with her youngest daughter Asha Kaplan-Heiland, 22 months old, two mornings a week at Westlake Community Park in Sacramento. rbyer@sacbee.com

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