| 181119 ACLU Questions | The ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) is taking a questionable stance. Betsy DeVos (Sec. of Education) , is issuing changes to Tile IX concerning sexual assault on college campuses, in short, for cases to be handled more like traditional criminal court cases rather than by a single campus administrator. The ACLU's most questionable take: "It promotes an unfair process, inappropriately favoring the accused." -- Why? The new method would include the use of more evidence and cross examination of the victim and accused, for starters. The ACLU is aiming to be a victim's advocate, while disregarding methods it advocates so often in criminal cases, constituional rights. One notable flaw in the new Title IX rules addressed by the ACLU is, the investigation of ONLY “extreme complaints” of sexual violence, which could could create very damning circumstances.