WASHINGTON – Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced Thursday she intends to unravel the Obama-era policies dealing with campus sexual assault to better ensure due process for those accused. DeVos made the announcement in a speech at George Mason University, where she called the Obama Administration effort to force colleges to set up quasi-legal systems to...
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