A woman smokes a cigarette on her lunch break outside the Department of Justice in Sacramento on Wednesday, June 23, 2010.
A woman smokes a cigarette on her lunch break outside the Department of Justice in Sacramento on Wednesday, June 23, 2010. Kyle Grantham kgrantham@sacbee.com
A woman smokes a cigarette on her lunch break outside the Department of Justice in Sacramento on Wednesday, June 23, 2010. Kyle Grantham kgrantham@sacbee.com
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  • Sexual harassment cases at the California Capitol

    Two lawmakers have resigned and one is on leave at the California Capitol over allegations of improper conduct toward women at the California Capitol. At least one other is under investigation, while the Legislature decides whether to change to internal rules and state laws. Here's a rundown.