Sexual Assault Bill Is a Win for Women in the Senate

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Except for immigration reform, all the major bills passed by the US Senate this session have been authored by women. Faced with two competing measures on sexual assault in the military, all 20 female US Senators agreed to bury their differences and call it a major win either way. And that's the result of the choice of consensus over partisanship among four Republicans and 16 Democrats.  So reports Jay Newton-Small, congressional correspondent for Time magazine.