Congresswoman warns of sexual harassment on Capitol Hill

Speier has proposed mandating harassment training, instituting biannual surveys to address the scope of the problem on Capitol Hill and reforming the "broken" reporting process, which she described as slow and ineffective.
1:00 | 11/14/17

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Since I shared my own story I'm slash tag me to congress. I have had numerous meetings and phone calls with staff members both present and former. Women and men who had been subjected to this inexcusable and often times illegal behavior in fact there are two members. Of congress. Republican and Democrat right now. Who served. Who have been subject to review or not had been subject to review but have engaged in sexual harassment. These harasser propositions such as are you going to be a good girl. Two perpetrators exposing their genitals. To victims having their private parts grabbed on the house floor. All of they ask in return as staff members is to be able to work in a hostile free work environments. They want the system fixed. And the perpetrators held accountable.

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