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Full Show: #MeToo In The Workplace, And HSPVA’s New Campus (June 28, 2018)

On Thursday’s Houston Matters: We examine how cases retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy was involved with affected Houston. Then, we find out how the #MeToo movement is impacting Houston workplaces. Plus, a local researcher studies Zealandia, a mostly underwater continent. And we tour HSPVA’s new downtown campus.



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On Thursday’s Houston Matters: With Justice Anthony Kennedy retiring from the U.S. Supreme Court, we take a look back at his 30 years on the bench. His votes in landmark rulings range from LGBT rights, to abortion, to the death penalty. We examine how cases Kennedy was involved with affected Houston.

Also this hour: Is a changing culture affecting gender discrimination and sexual harassment claims in Houston? We talk with local harassment lawyer Shane McClelland about discrimination and harassment cases he's encountered and what is in store for the future of Houston's businesses.

We learn about a Houston researcher’s work on Zealandia, a massive landmass submerged in the southwest Pacific Ocean. And we take a tour of HSPVA’s new downtown campus.

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