CHICAGO -- Issuers in Illinois and other states say they may follow Illinois' lead and require bond firms to certify that they have written policies against sexual harassment.

The illinois law, which was passed by the General Assembly last year and took effect on July 1, requires all parties involved with, or bidding on, a state contract to have written policies against sexual harassment.

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