Jun 08, 2015

Broader Probes of Campus Sex Assaults Leave Victims Hanging - ABC News

A growing backlog at the U.S. Department of Education has some sexual assault victims waiting years to have their cases resolved. Advocates have been encouraging students to file complaints with the department if they believe their schools haven't handled them properly. Federal...

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