Any bill meant to strengthen the state’s anti-sexual harassment will be backed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, he said in a radio interview on WNYC Tuesday morning.

“I think we should lead on all of these issues and set the bar and set the standard,” Cuomo said on The Brian Lehrer Show. “So, whatever they come up with as rigorous as it can be, I support it 100 percent.”

Lawmakers on Wednesday in Albany will hold a public hearing on the issue, featuring testimony from former legislative staffers who have accused powerful aides and lawmakers of harassment, abuse and assault while working in state government.

The hearing is coming about largely due to the efforts of the Sexual Harassment Working Group, a panel of former aides who have led the push over the last several months.

The group on Tuesday in New York City held a news conference with Cynthia Nixon, the actress and advocate who challenged Cuomo in a Democratic primary last year, as well as former attorney general candidate Zephyr Teachout.

“Of course I’m going to pay close attention,” Cuomo said of the hearing. “I’m going to sign any bill they can pass.”

Cuomo less sure if the state could do anything to prevent those who have faced accusations from lobbying or influencing policy once out of office. Former Sen. Jeff Klein, now working for Mercury Public Affairs, was accused last year of forcibly kissing a then-aide, Erica Vladimer.

Klein lost his Democratic primary last year to Alessandra Biaggi.

“Can you say because a person was convicted of sexual harassment they cannot be a registered lobbyist? I don’t know that that is constitutional,” Cuomo said.