The New York Times reported Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is planning to dramatically change the federal rules regarding campus sexual assault. The new guidelines would increase protections for students accused of sexual assault and harassment. Opponents argue the new guidelines will only provide support and comfort to predators, and fail to protect actual victims. But proponents of DeVos' plan say the changes would protect students who have not been formally charged with any crimes. What do you think?
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