US lawmakers discuss sexual harassment in Congress

Two American congresswomen are sharing stories of widespread sexual harassment on Capitol Hill.

They've testified before a House Administration Committee.

Over the last two decades, taxpayers paid more than $15m to settle congressional workplace violations.

This discussion is happening as Roy Moore tries to win a Senate seat. The Republican candidate from Alabama is facing multiple allegations that he assaulted teenage girls decades ago.

Al Jazeera's Patty Culhane reports from Washington DC.

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