CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is proposing steps to deal with sexual assault on college campuses.
Speaking at the University of Northern Iowa, the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate says she will offer a comprehensive approach to campus sexual assaults. This means support to survivors, a fair disciplinary or legal process to all involved and more steps to prevent assaults from happening.
Clinton says "it is not enough to condemn campus sex assault. We need to end campus sexual assault."
Clinton says she will build on President Barack Obama's efforts to tackle sexual assault on campuses. The administration has taken several steps, including releasing the names of colleges and universities facing Title IX investigations for their handling of such cases.