The growing number of sexual misconduct accusations in politics and the private sector has not missed New York. Former assemblyman and Empire State Development top aide Sam Hoyt is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a state worker, who is now suing the state over what she describes as repeated harassment. And last week, Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin was sanctioned for leaking the name of a woman who accused him of harassment. So some lawmakers say it's time to review how the state handles these cases, and standardize the process for all branches of state government. Assemblywoman Sandy Galef joins us to discuss.