Government & Politics

September 12, 2014 7:00 AM

KC considers law against street harassment of walkers, cyclists and others

Kansas City could soon be joining a growing number of communities that have enacted anti-harassment ordinances that impose fines and jail sentences on perpetrators found guilty of street harassment. “We’re encouraging people to walk and bike more,” Kansas City Councilman John Sharp said, “and they certainly ought to be allowed to do that without harassment.”

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