California’s Capitol continues to be ensnared in a sexual harassment scandal.
This week saw fresh accusations against Democratic state Sen. Tony Mendoza.
But even as complaints continue to emerge and evolve, the women who started the We Said Enough campaign are starting to focus on the future.
Campaign organizer Samantha Corbin worries people will become desensitized as more alleged harassers are named. That’s why she says the group is beginning to work on developing tangible policy solutions.
"How do we improve and evolve as not only a political community," she says, "but a national community, so that we’re not simply, constantly reliving and watching this sideshow of trauma.”