Cathy Young

Reason

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Contributing Editor at Reason, a libertarian monthly magazine about politics and culture

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Is this country finally turning a corner when it comes to sexual harassment?

Sexual harassment: New rules to address age-old problems?

Is this country finally turning a corner when it comes to sexual harassment?

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Governor Brown has until the end of this month to sign or veto a new bill passed unanimously in the Senate and in the Assembly by a vote of 52 to 16.

Changing the Way a Campus Sexual Assault Is Defined?

Governor Brown has until the end of this month to sign or veto a new bill passed unanimously in the Senate and in the Assembly by a vote of 52 to 16.

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