2 harassers in Congress: rep
REP. JACKIE SPEIER said Tuesday she’s aware of a Democrat and Republican lawmaker who are currently in office despite allegedly harassing House staffers.
House lawmakers on Tuesday joined together to discuss sexual harassment policies after a series of allegations sparked calls for reform.
The California Democrat testified Tuesday that she’s aware of two sitting members who “engaged in sexual harassment,” though she did not name them.
Rep. Barbara Comstock (RVa.) said she was recently told about a staffer who quit her job after a lawmaker asked her to bring work material to his house, then exposed himself.
Hours after the hearing, Speaker Paul Ryan said the House will require anti-harassment and antidiscrimination training for all members and their staffs.
Accusations by Beverly Young Nelson (above) and others against Senate candidate Roy Moore (main photo) contain credible information.