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Politics and Policy
2014 June 23 - 12:00 am

Goal Is To Educate Students and Prevent Future Sexual Assaults on Campus

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The state Senate approved legislation requiring California colleges and universities to adopt anti-sexual assault policies that include a written standard for personal consent, a move that came as schools across the country are being urged to take tougher actions to curb the growing problem.

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