Monday, October 12, 2015


From Inside Higher Ed: California Governor Jerry Brown on Sunday vetoed legislation that would have required colleges and universities in the state to have minimum punishments for those found by the institutions to have engaged in rape or forcible sex acts. In those cases, suspension for two years would have been required. Proponents of the law pointed to cases where students found responsible for such acts received far lighter punishments...

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