Calif. Lawmakers Consider New Rules On Sexual Harassment In Janitorial Industry
The California Senate has passed new rules to crack down on sexual harassment, violence, and low pay in the janitorial industry. A bill passed yesterday (Thursday) would require companies providing janitorial services to register with the state and offer sexual harassment training. The bill passed with bipartisan support, in spite of the protests of the protests of an Inland Empire legislator. Capital Public Radio's Ben Bradford reports.