On Oct. 17, 2017, on the heels of the national #MeToo movement, more than 140 women working in California politics signed on to a letter published in the Los Angeles Times describing a culture of sexual harassment and “dehumanizing behavior” by men with power at the state Capitol.
Here’s a look back at key moments in the year since, including stories of misconduct and abuse, resignations of lawmakers and changes in how the Legislature handles sexual harassment investigations.
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