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Harassment 'an open secret', former Hill staffers say

Clip: 05/15/2018 | 8m 51s

Since the #MeToo movement began, seven members of Congress have resigned or retired following sexual harassment allegations. While there is near-universal agreement that the system on Capitol Hill is deeply flawed, Congress has not addressed its own rules for dealing with the problem. Lisa Desjardins talks with three former congressional staffers who were targeted about what should change.

Aired: 05/15/18

Rating: NR

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