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.
On March 25th, 22 female senators, from both sides of the aisle, wrote a joint letter to Senate Leadership demanding the Congressional Accountability Act (CAA) be brought up for a vote. The CAA would bring critical transparency and accountability to the way Congress handles sexual harassment. It's been exactly one month and the Senate still has not taken action.
Just two weeks ago, Senator Jeff Merkley led 31 of his male colleagues in writing a letter to Senate Leadership urging them to act. But 43 senators have yet to weigh in -- and that's where you come in.
We need your help: take action by tweeting at Senate Leadership and the 43 remaining members to urge them to address sexual harassment in Congress with lasting reform. This shouldn't be a partisan issue; it's about protecting the staff who work to serve our country every day.