Can 'Yes Means Yes' End Sexual Assault on Campus?

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It may sound academic, but the hottest new phrase on college campuses in California is "affirmative consent" — sometimes abbreviated as "yes means yes." It's the new state standard for allegations of sexual assault -- designed to put the burden on perpetrators, instead of their victims. But critics say it violates legal rights the accused is entitled to. We hear how it's being applied in every institution of higher learning that wants to receive state money.

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