Harassment by people like Ann Coulter and Milo Yiannopoulos can create a hostile environment on campus and is exactly the sort of conduct that schools need to prevent to meet their obligations under Title VI and Title IX.
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Montana's Greg Gianforte, who is running against Rob Quist for the state's only seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, has a history of donations to political candidates with deep ties to white nationalist groups and anti-government extremism.
“As humans we all make mistakes, but the judicial system is not set up for forgiveness.”
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Conservatives in states like Maine have held up Arizona's 12-month lifetime limit as a key to the GOP's austerity program.