Stop the attack on survivors’ rights in Missouri

Stop the attack on survivors’ rights in Missouri

A student was expelled for sexual misconduct from Washington University in Missouri– so his dad started a dark money lobbying group to upend Title IX in Missouri. The legislation they’ve proposed would let his son appeal his case to a board of judges where his mom sits.

Enter HB 573, that if passed would tip the scales in favor of respondents in Title IX cases. This bill is moving fast and we need your help to stop it! Take action now–tell legislators in Missouri to stop the attack on survivors’ rights and ensure a fair process for ALL students.

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