MEN leave Illinois. It’s now more difficult for accused students to defend themselves

A new Illinois law will do a lot to tip the scales in favor of those making accusations of sexual assault on campus. The law requires schools to provide trained confidential advisers available to those making accusations in order to inform them of their rights and reporting options. No such adviser is available for accused students so that they can learn their rights or what they can do to defend themselves from false accusations. The news conference made it clear what the state of Illinois is to do: Find more accused students responsible. By Ashe Schow

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