California is building a system to track sexual harassment complaints filed by state employees; but it used to have a system. CapRadio’s State Government Reporter, Scott Rodd, looks at the gap of information when the old system was eliminated.
Then Insight re-cues two conversations. First, one with California Assemblymember Wendy Carrillo. She was the only state lawmaker to travel with Gov. Gavin Newsom to El Salvador in Spring 2019. Carrillo’s family immigrated to California from El Salvador when she was a child. Host Beth Ruyak talked with Carrillo while she was traveling with Newsom. Finally, author Reyna Grande continues writing her story of immigration in a new book, "A Dream Called Home." Grande was separated from her parents as a child and ran across the border, making her undocumented.