The National Restaurant Association confirmed Friday there had been a settlement between the association and a female staffer who had accused now U.S. presidential candidate Herman Cain and then former chairman of the NRA of sexual harassment in 1999. The NRA also has agreed to waive the settlement’s nondisclosure agreement. Joel P. Bennett, the attorney for the staffer, had earlier last week requested that the association waive the agreement, allowing the staffer to respond publicly ...
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