ALBANY — They should call it the Cuomo rule.
Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Monday that her administration will hire an outside law firm to investigate any future claims of unlawful discrimination, harassment and retaliation in her office.
The move comes in the wake of her disgraced predecessor Andrew Cuomo’s resignation following a bombshell report that concluded he sexually harassed multiple women and fostered a toxic work environment as governor.
Hochul has promised she will “restore faith” in state government — a direct attempt to distance her administration from Cuomo and his scandals.
She declared there’s “no place for bullying or intimidation, sexual harassment, disparagement or mistreatment, period”
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