It’s been two months since state lawmakers in Albany took testimony from survivors of sexual misconduct while working in state government as well as experts working in the field.

On Wednesday, state and New York City lawmakers, as well as the Sexual Harassment Working Group, called for at least two more hearings on the issue.

The group, which is composed of former legislative staffers who are victims and survivors of harassment, assault and misconduct, have for the last several weeks pushed for another public hearing in Albany and another in New York City.

Lawmakers have said they want the hearings to address wider concerns surrounding sexual harassment and how to address the issue for different fields and income levels.

“Every day that the Legislature does not announce dates for additional hearings is another day the voices of workers and survivors are silenced,” the group said in a joint statement.

“The hearing held in February shined a bright light on some of the barriers victims face, such as demonstrating the urgent need to eradicate the ‘severe or pervasive’ standard. But we cannot eradicate every hurdle until our elected officials hear from workers across all industries.”

Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul have endorsed holding more public hearings on the issue, but a date is yet to be announced.