Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins on Tuesday said she was supportive of holding more hearings on sexual harassment as backed by lawmakers and advocates.

“There is some concern that the voices of some folks upstate, some groups that have actually been successful in combating sexual harassment have not been heard, so I’m certainly open to that,” she said.

Stewart-Cousins is the latest lawmaker to be open to more hearings. Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie on Monday said he was similarly supportive of doing so, as are lawmakers who led the February hearing.

A group of advocates who are victims and survivors of sexual misconduct in Albany have called for more hearings, including one in Albany and another in New York City.

Lawmakers are assessing a wider range of legislation to combat sexual harassment and assault and want to review how the issue effects workers in variety of industries.