DeVos’s Sexual-Assault Rule Prevails – WSJ

DeVos’s Sexual-Assault Rule Prevails – WSJ

One of the stakes in November’s election is the fate of the Trump Administration’s due-process reforms for campus sexual-assault cases. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s new rule goes into effect Friday, and this week it passed its first legal tests.

New York Attorney General Letitia James sued to stop the rule and sought a preliminary injunction. Federal Judge John Koeltl, a Bill Clinton appointee, denied the injunction this week on grounds that the department had followed proper procedure in drafting the rule and would likely…


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