"I want to assure everyone that I have learned from this experience and will do everything in my power to make amends for my past," she said in a statement. "I know that I can only effectively serve my constituents if staff and my colleagues feel comfortable and respected on the job."
"I would like to sincerely apologize to my colleagues in the Legislature, my staff and most importantly to the residents of the 58th Assembly District for instances where my use of language was less than professional," Garcia said in her statement.
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