Addressing sexual harassment in Congress shouldn't be a partisan issue; it's about protecting the staff who work to serve our country every day.
This year, Congress made history by unanimously passing the Congressional Accountability Reform Act to improve Congress's procedures for handling sexual harassment complaints . This is a monumental step in the right direction and represents real progress toward creating lasting change out of the #MeToo movement.
However, it's been nearly six months since the Senate first passed the Congressional Accountability Reform Act (CAA), and still the House and Senate have not yet agreed upon a finalized version of their #MeToo bill. With under two working weeks left in Congress, time is running out. Passing sexual harassment reform on Capitol Hill can't wait until the swearing in of the next Congress -- we need your help.
Take action by tweeting at the lead negotiators in the House and Senate, and let them know that passing the CAA must remain a legislative priority during the lame-duck session.