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A look at the workplace sex harassment claims against Cuomo

NEW YORK – New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is facing allegations that he sexually harassed or behaved inappropriately toward a half-dozen women who have worked with him.

In an interview published by the Times Union of Albany on Wednesday, a woman who is still on his staff gave more details on her allegation that the Democrat groped her under her blouse in the governor's mansion office in November.

Other accusations range from planting unwanted kisses to asking unwelcome personal questions about sex and dating. The governor has said that he "never touched anyone inappropriately” and “never made any inappropriate advances,” and that no one ever told him at the time that he was making them uncomfortable.

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