SALEM, OR- Senator Sara Gelser says sexual harassment at the capitol isn't getting any better. She said this to a panel on Friday.
The panel is responsible with creating recommendations for handling harassment.
The Bureau of Labor and Industries previously identified two interns who reported being sexually harassed while working for former Republican Sen. Jeff Kruse of Roseburg. Kruse resigned following the allegations, but denies the sexual harassment.
The panel meets again December 17th.
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