Voters may weigh in on plan to provide cornered housekeepers with devices to summon security or police

Should hotels provide panic buttons to protect their housekeepers from sexual assault and harassment on the job? That’s the question voters in two southern California communities could be asked in November.

The electronic devices silently summon hotel security or police if a worker is cornered by a guest, a co-worker or supervisor, and they can be stowed in a pocket or on a key chain.

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