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PR: As Campus Unrest Spreads, Legislators Seek to Restore Free Speech and Due Process

PRESS RELEASE Contact: Stephen Coleman Telephone: 301-801-0608 Email: scoleman@saveservices.org As Campus Unrest Spreads, Legislators Seek to Restore Free Speech and Due Process WASHINGTON / June 5, 2017 – In the wake of widening campus protests that have sometimes turned violent, legislators in numerous states are taking steps to assure free speech and due process. These [...]

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Rights Group Petitions Senate Over Campus Sexual Assault

Rights Group Petitions Senate Over Campus Sexual Assault Ashe Schow June 30, 2016 Students accused of campus sexual assault deserve a meaningful chance to defend themselves, which is why a due process rights group is petitioning members of the Senate over federal directives surrounding the issue. Stop Abusive and Violent Environments has created a petition [...]

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Sexual Assault Rally Prompts Counter-Protest

Sexual Assault Rally Prompts Counter-Protest Kelsey Knorp May 17, 2016 About a dozen University of California, Santa Barbara students gathered on the lawn between the Arbor and library on Monday to call for hastened fulfillment of all 13 demands issued to the university administration last year after a 13-hour sit-in in Chancellor Henry Yang’s office. [...]

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Justice Department: Any ‘Verbal … Conduct of a Sexual Nature’ that Any Listener Finds ‘Unwelcome’ = ‘Sexual Harassment’ that Universities Must Prevent

Justice Department: Any ‘Verbal … Conduct of a Sexual Nature’ that Any Listener Finds ‘Unwelcome’ = ‘Sexual Harassment’ that Universities Must Prevent Eugene Volokh May 2, 2016 The Justice Department is telling universities that they have the obligation to investigate and prevent even individual instances of: saying “unwelcome” “sexual or dirty jokes” spreading “unwelcome” “sexual [...]

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Title IX ‘Harassment’ Order Seen as Free Speech Threat

Title IX 'Harassment' Order Seen as Free Speech Threat Bradford Richardson May 1, 2016 Several free speech advocacy groups are concerned about a Justice Department order that they say forces colleges and universities to violate the First Amendment. Justice sent a letter to the University of New Mexico in late April concluding an investigation into [...]

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Prepare to Have Your Sex Life Regulated by Government

Prepare to Have Your Sex Life Regulated by Government Ashe Schow April 21, 2016 Adults may soon find their sex lives regulated to the point where nearly every sexual encounter is defined as rape unless neither party reports the activity. The American Law Institute will vote in May on whether to adopt a model penal [...]

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Justice Department Demands Censorship at the University of New Mexico

Justice Department Demands Censorship at the University of New Mexico Hans Bader April 23, 2016 On April 22, the Justice Department ordered the University of New Mexico adopt an unconstitutional speech code. It is demanding that the University label as “sexual harassment” all “unwelcome” sexual conduct, including “verbal” conduct (that is, speech). The university must [...]

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In First of Its Kind Lawsuit, Student Athlete Wrongfully Accused of Sexual Assault Sues Obama Administration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 19, 2016 CONTACT: Jeanette Hoffman (908) 418-0859 IN FIRST-OF-ITS-KIND LAWSUIT, STUDENT ATHLETE WRONGFULLY ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ASSAULT SUES OBAMA ADMINISTRATION AND CSU PUEBLO FOR VIOLATING TITLE IX GENDER DISCRIMINATION LAW PUEBLO, CO— Grant Neal, a prominent student athlete at Colorado State University Pueblo (CSU Pueblo), has filed a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against [...]

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Feds Fuel Anti-Sex Inquisition on Campus

Feds Fuel Anti-Sex Inquisition on Campus Robby Soave April 15, 2016 Rape and other sexual harassment on college campuses is a genuine problem, but the Obama administration is making a mockery of justice with its ham-handed policing. A male student scored a major victory in his lawsuit against the University of Southern California, which kicked [...]

Expulsion of Jack Montague ‘Excessive by Any Rational Measure,’ Lawyer Says

Expulsion of Jack Montague 'Excessive by Any Rational Measure,' Lawyer Says March 15, 2016 A lawyer for former Yale team captain Jack Montague on Monday disputed claims that Montague sexually assaulted another student, leading to his dismissal from the school, saying he is a "whipping boy" for a national problem involving campus sexual assault. Montague's [...]

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