The leaders of the state Senate joined their Assembly colleagues Wednesday, saying complaints of sexual harassment at the Capitol should be kept confidential.

Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald and Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling said their focus is keeping the workplace safe and agreed that records related to sexual harassment complaints or completed investigations should be kept from public view.

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