Does Orange County have a corruption problem?

Gustavo_Arellano-300x275Last week, the Orange County Grand Jury released a report suggesting the county create a blue-ribbon committee to fight local political corruption, citing 40 years of government scandals.

Some supervisors immediately fired back, saying it should be up to the media and to voters to hold government officials accountable. And the District Attorney’s office argued that it’s been vigilant in monitoring corruption.

Gustavo Arellano from the OC Weekly joins KCRW’s Steve Chiotakis for this week’s Orange County Line.