Legislature’s HR director retires, gets work-at-home deal worth $12,000 a month

SALEM — The Legislature’s top personnel executive, embroiled in the sexual harassment controversy at the Capitol, has retired but will draw more than $12,000 a month until September to work from home.

Lore Christopher, 64, negotiated a retirement agreement last fall in which she agreed to step down as director of human resources at the Legislature.

She formally retired Jan. 1. She . . .

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