House Republicans voted to gut the Congressional Office of Ethics in a session late Monday. The vote came just hours before a new Congress convened Tuesday morning.
But shortly after 9 am PT, word came that Republican lawmakers would scrap the plan. The news broke live during a Take Two segment examining Congress' conservative agenda and how it could impact the Golden State.
- Rachel VanSickle-Ward, associate professor of political studies at Pitzer College
- Thad Kousser, professor of political science at UC San Diego