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NCFM Carolinas asks that you contact your U.S. Senators and Congressman and tell them you oppose he Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA), S.590 / H.R. 1310

June 25, 2015
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NCFM Carolinas ask for help to stop CASA

Oppose S.590 / H.R. 1310.

Please, tell your U.S. Senators and Representatives that you oppose S.590 / H.R. 1310. You need to do it soon too, before it is too late to stop another piece of misandric legislation. Our Carolinas chapter is spearheading our efforts to educate people about how bad this legislation is…

The National Coalition For Men Carolinas (NCFMC), a leading men’s human rights organization advocating for the fair treatment of men and young boys with chapters operating across the United States, is asking Congress to oppose S.590 / H.R. 1310 known as the Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA) in its current form. There are many problems contained within the CASA legislation as noted in the attached briefings.

NCFM chapters are receiving phone calls from families that have a college-age family member, almost exclusively always a son, accused of sexual assault or sexual misconduct who have experienced what one can only describe as an Orwellian kangaroo court process in the adjudication of the allegations.

Time and again, constituent families have seen the heavy-handed manner colleges use against accused students when an allegation of sexual misconduct is made. The risk of loss of federal funding that colleges face under the directive of the Department of Education overwhelms any reasonable effort to make sure the fair treatment of the accused, particularly with respect to due process, impartiality and the collection of evidence.

We support the need to find an effective solution to the problem of campus sexual assault. Unfortunately, CASA falls far short of ensuring that our college campuses will become safer and that all students will receive fair and equitable treatment. Please support our call for a better and fair approach to this complex issue by contacting your Senator and Congressman and ask them to oppose S.590 / H.R. 1310.

 

National Coalition for MenPlease, tell your U.S. Senators and Representatives that you oppose S.590 / H.R. 1310. Do it now please. Send them an email, a letter, call them, if the office is closed leave a message. Thank you.

One Response to NCFM Carolinas asks that you contact your U.S. Senators and Congressman and tell them you oppose he Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA), S.590 / H.R. 1310

Mark Bradburn on June 25, 2015 at 4:21 PM

I don’t see the following as stated in the article “There are many problems contained within the CASA legislation as noted in the attached briefings.”

Please provide a reasonable link somewhere.

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