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Critics Spot Dangers in a Campus Safety Bill

Friday, June 19, 2015

The campus safety legislation, called CASA, faces a Senate vote this month. Critics say that while it may be designed to curb rape and sex assault at colleges, it could actually make it harder to investigate and prosecute campus rape.

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