Speaker Anthony Rendon on Tax Plan, Sexual Harassment Claims Against Assemblymembers

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California State Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon. (Photo: California State Assembly)

On Monday two women accused California Assemblyman Matt Dababneh of sexually harassing them. This comes on the heels of Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra’s resignation after multiple accusations of sexual misconduct. State Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon said the Assembly "will keep working to change the climate in the Capitol to stop sexual harassment and abuse.” Rendon joins us to talk about the Assembly's moves to address sexual harassment, and other issues, including how the repeal of DACA and the Republicans' new tax plan will affect California. He recently tweeted that the tax plan "puts the screws to California — plain and simple.”


Anthony Rendon, assemblyman and speaker, California State Assembly