By Greg Piper at The College Fix
The Senate committee that handles education issues held a hearing this summer on campus sexual assault that didn’t feature any advocates for due process or rights for accused students.
Those advocates had to submit testimony for the record, rather than have the opportunity before a national TV audience to explain the plight of students falsely accused of assault.
Its House counterpart’s higher education subcommittee is holding a hearing tomorrow on campus sexual assault that at least features one advocate of due process, Joe Cohn of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
But the rest of the witness list suggests he’ll be in the minority.