This is a worthwhile cause all conservatives should support. The Conservative Action Project, which serves almost as a workgroup of all the major conservative groups in Washington, has released a memo calling on Congress to abandon the taxpayer funded hush money that pays victims of congressional sexual harassment, etc.
One effort to ensure that Congress addresses this issue effectively is H.R. 4494, the Congressional Accountability and Hush Fund Elimination Act, introduced by Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL). It has already garnered nearly 100 cosponsors (74 Republicans and 25 Democrats). The conservative movement should conduct a grassroots campaign among our organizations’ supporters to put pressure on their Members of Congress to take an active role in ensuring that the problem and the legislation that seeks to address it are given prompt consideration and passage.
The memo goes on to note that if conservatives in congress cannot be trusted on this issue, voters will look to others because this issue demands trust. The memo is signed by a who's who list of conservatives in D.C. and is worth supporting. The legislation, as noted above, is H.R. 4494 and I would urge you to call your member of congress to urge its passage.