State Roundup, December 13, 2017

GA LEADERS OK HARASSMENT TRACKING: Leaders of the General Assembly voted unanimously Tuesday to update the guidelines for reporting and tracking sexual harassment complaints against state lawmakers — though the identity of the accused wrongdoer will remain confidential, reports Erin Cox for the Sun.

HOGAN URGES CONTINUATION OF CHILD HEALTH CARE: Gov. Larry Hogan urged congressional leaders Tuesday to reinstate by the end of the year a federal program that provides health insurance for children, reports Erin Cox for the Sun. “We should all be able to agree that needy kids should never become a political football,” Hogan wrote in a letter to leaders of both parties in the Senate and House of…….