Rauner signs legislation spurred by ex-Des Plaines superintendent's severance
The severance package given to former Des Plaines Elementary District 62 Superintendent Floyd Williams spurred legislation requiring public bodies to publicly disclose such agreements when a recipient is determined to have engaged in sexual harassment or discrimination. Taxpayer-funded severance agreements stemming from sexual harassment or sexual discrimination complaints must be published online and given to news media before approval, under a measure signed into law by Gov. Bruce Rauner.
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