Skip to comments.California governor sides with DeVos on due process in vetoing campus sexual-assault bill
Posted on 10/16/2017 6:25:20 PM PDT by jazusamo
State Senate Bill 169 would have codified Obama-era Title IX guidance
California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed Monday a bill to codify the aggressive Obama-era campus federal sexual-assault guidance, echoing concerns about the rights of the accused raised previously by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Mr. Brown said it was time to pause and survey the land before moving forward with more regulations when we havent yet ascertained the full impact of what we recently enacted with Californias 2014 affirmative-consent law.
Since this law was enacted, however, thoughtful legal minds have increasingly questioned whether federal and state actions to prevent and redress sexual harassment and assaultwell-intentioned as they arehave also unintentionally resulted in some colleges failure to uphold due process for accused students, Mr. Brown said in his veto message.
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Liberal heads are exploding on both coasts.
I’m thinking Jerry may be recalling his own experiences with women.....
It wouldn’t surprise me if you’re right.
This is the same state who passed about 900 laws last year.
In one single year...
I’m thinking Jerry is bipolar, and this is one of his extremely rare “good” days.
Since there was never a law passed -- it was merely an edict from the Golden Child on his throne -- getting rid of it was simple. The simpletons of the Demagogic Party in California decided to try to cram it down everyone's throats, despite its blatant anti-Constitutional nature. Thanks jazusamo.
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