On Oct. 2, 20 attorneys wrote a joint statement to 15 senators on the Campus Accountability and Safety Act, or CASA (S. 2692 and H.R. 5354, both currently in committee).
Each attorney has handled a case in which a student accused of sexual assault on campus has sued the university for violating his due process. The attorneys offered the Senate their expertise with the goal of evolving legislation that did not require male students to abandon constitutional rights. They addressed the Senate because thats where CASA originated and where it is championed.
|Wendy McElroy is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. Her books include the Independent Institute volumes, Liberty for Women: Freedom and Feminism in the Twenty-First Century, and Freedom, Feminism, and the State.|
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