Pushing back on campus sexual assault legislation
Clip: 07/31/2014 | 6m 22s
Senators have proposed bipartisan legislation with steeper penalties for educational institutions that fail to investigate reports of sexual assault -- and some voices in higher ed are pushing back. Anne Neal of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss why the burden should fall on the criminal justice system, not colleges and universities.
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