When companies in California tell job candidates they have to give up their right to sue them for most disputes, a bill headed to the governor’s desk would let people say “no” without fear of losing their job offer.

The bill is the latest effort by state governments to limit private companies from imposing forced arbitration agreements, whose surge in popularity has contributed to the difficulty of workers suing their bosses for sexual harassment in the era of #metoo.

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