(COLLEGE FIX) -- Thought the Obama administration’s Title IX guidance for sexual misconduct proceedings was bad? Look at some of the legislation under consideration in states.
New Mexico is considering a bill that would threaten colleges with defunding if they don’t make assumptions that are favorable to accusers in sexual misconduct proceedings.
HB 133 passed the House Health and Human Services Committee Friday, and will now be considered by the House Education Committee, the Los Alamos Daily Post reports. The bill’s sponsor, Democratic Rep. Elizabeth Thomson, said it’s intended to give young people “the resources they need to make the best decisions for themselves and their bodies.”
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