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GOP changes to Higher Education Act could hurt victims of sexual assault, advocates say

House Republicans proposed changes to the Higher Education Act last week that would prevent parents, students, and taxpayers from understanding how much sexual violence occurs at colleges — a move that could have a devastating impact on victims of sexual assault, advocates say. “You have millions of women, from college students to movie stars to […]
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