News Network: California Pays Millions To Settle Sexual Harassment Claims Chris Remington Tuesday, January 30, 2018 | Sacramento, CA Listen / download audio Update RequiredTo play audio, update browser or Flash plugin. Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio The #MeToo movement continues to shed light on the pervasive culture of sexual harassment in the workplace in both the public and private sectors. A new investigation from the Sacramento Bee finds more than $25 million was paid out by the state of California for claims of sexual harassment over the past three years. The claims vary deeply in severity and cost and include 24 state agencies and 10 campuses within both the CSU and UC systems. Marjie Lundstrom, reported the investigation for the Sacramento Bee and provides perspective on the data and personal stories of the victims impacted.