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NCFM Carolinas Action Request regarding the Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA)

July 25, 2015


NCFM Carolinas ask for help to stop CASAAction Requested by NCFM Carolinas – we need your help to stop CASA, another anti-male piece of federal legislation!
Reply-To: National Coalition For Men Carolinas <>

As many of you know, our chapter has been leading the fight against Kafkaesque sex policies aimed directly at harming college male students. At the top of the list is a horrific piece of federal legislation (proposed) called the Campus Accountability and Safety Act or CASA for short. You can read why we strongly oppose this bill here:

While making the rounds on Capitol Hill this past week, we discovered that there will be a hearing on the CASA legislation in front of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) committee this Wednesday morning at 9am EST. The hearing is NOT being broadcast, which is about in itself but even more disturbing is the list of panelists invited to give testimony as provided below:

Panel I: Senator Claire McCaskill; Senator Dean Heller; Senator Kirsten Gillibrand; Senator Kelly Ayotte

Panel II: Janet Napolitano, President, University of California, Oakland, CA; Dana Bolger, Co-Founder, Know Your IX, Washington, D.C.; Dolores Stafford, President & CEO, D. Stafford & Associates, Rehoboth Beach, DE; Mollie Benz Flounlacker, Associate Vice President for Federal Relations, Association of American Universities, Washington, D.C.

Anyone who has followed the debate on the CASA legislation knows that these panelists are not friendly to due process rights for the accused nor do they care or even recognize the destructive harm done to male students falsely accused of sexual misconduct.

HERE’s where your help is needed! We have been told by Congressional staffers that the best way to be heard on this issue is by having people call the members of the Senate HELP committee and ask them to oppose CASA (S.590). It is even more effective if you are calling a member that resides in your home state, as constituents are always given greater attention. Everyone should call Robert Moran at Senator Lamar’s office as Lamar is the Chairman of this committee. The list of HELP staff members to contact is pasted below:


Senate Office St  Phone (202) HELP Staff Member to contact:
Alexander, Lamar TN 224-4944;
Baldwin, Tammy WI 224-5653;
Bennet, Michael CO 224-5852;
Burr, Richard NC 224-3154;
Casey, Robert PA 224-6324;
Cassidy, Bill LA 224-5824
Collins, Susan ME 224-2523;
Enzi, Michael WY 224-3424;
Franken, Al MN 224-5641;
Hatch, Orrin UT 224-5251
Isakson, Johnny GA 224-3643;
Kirk, Mark IL 224-2854;
Mikulski, Barbara MD 224-4654
Murkowski, Lisa AK 224-6665
Murphy, Christopher CT 224-4041
Murray, Patty WA 224-2621
Paul, Rand KY 224-4343;
Roberts, Pat KS 224-4774;
Sanders, Bernie VT 224-5141;
Scott, Tim SC 224-6121;
Warren, Elizabeth MA 224-4543;
Whitehouse, Sheldon RI 224-2921;

PLEASE CALL or EMAIL THESE OFFICES ON TUESDAY (7/28) between 9am EST and 4:30pm EST. Let’s blanket the phone lines with opposition to this legislation. Please ask family and friends to help (especially those living in the states of the members listed above).We strongly suggest that you refer to our brief of 10 Reasons to Oppose CASA from the link above.

Thank you so very much for your support to this action request.


Best regards,

Gregory J. Josefchuk

National Coalition For Men Carolinas (NCFMC)

Tel: (704) 980-4175


National Coalition for MenCASA may be gender neutral, but it is squarely targeted at young men.

CASA policies and procedures make Orwellian nightmares a Disney attraction.

One Response to NCFM Carolinas Action Request regarding the Campus Accountability and Safety Act (CASA)

bstewart192 on August 25, 2015 at 7:14 AM

Kudos for taking action against legislation that clearly has not been carefully thought out and that has the potential of ruining the lives of some students, because they were unable to correctly defend themselves. I wrote my congressman and email and hope it makes a difference. Cheers, guys!


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