Connecticut Lawmakers Make Campus Sexual Assault a Priority

The Connecticut General Assembly’s Higher Education & Employment Advancement Committee has made HB 5029, An Act Concerning Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence on Campus, a priority this session. On Tuesday, February 11th, lawmakers held a public hearing on the proposed bill which seeks to improve the response to victims of sexual assault and increase prevention education and training at all Connecticut institutions of higher education. CONNSACS and member center advocates testified before the committee in support of the measure. Last week, CONNSACS joined the women in the House and Senate to announce this landmark legislation! Click here for more!

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