Time.com 7/23/2015"... The California Supreme Court just cleared the way for one of the mounting sexual assault cases against Bill Cosby to head to litigation. The Court denied Cosby’s petition to review the case Wednesday night, which means the civil suit can continue to the trial phase. ..."
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Reason.com 7/22/2015"... Some members of the D.C. city council would like to force universities to take a “Scarlet Letter” (WaPost’s phrasing) approach with students accused of sexual assault, permanently branding them as rapists—even if they are never convicted by adjudicators. ..."
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Huffingtonpost.com 7/22/2015"... A federal judge recently dismissed the lawsuit of a University of South Florida student who accused the school of gender discrimination after he was charged with sexual assault. The student, who filed the suit under the pseudonym John Doe, said USF violated his rights under gender equity law Title IX, as well as his right to due process. ..."
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