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'SOS Campus Act' Actually Won't Help Survivors

Monday, August 11, 2014

Why would Congress put into federal law the idea that campus-rape reporting can be deterred? Congress must stop messing with the essential idea that when it comes to redressing sexual violence on campuses, women have a civil right to safety and equality.

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