Carleton featured in Politico article about new NCAA sexual violence policy

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The NCAA's recent delay on a policy approved in April that would require schools to document sexual violence misconduct cases involving members of athletic teams has become a source of growing frustration among advocates for victims of on-campus assault. As quoted in the article, Bricker higher education attorney Melissa Carleton noted that the new policy does not address certain types of sexual misconduct and that there's room for improving the policy and expanding compliance among member institutions.

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