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Obama Forming Task Force To Combat Sexual Assault
President Obama is creating a new task force that will look for new ways to protect people, especially students, from sexual assault.
FOX News Radio’s Rich Johnson in Washington:
The Presidential memorandum declares that no one is more at risk from sexual assault than college women. And a new report declares: One-in-five women have been sexually assaulted at college — but only 12% of those student victims report the crimes. The President’s giving the task force 90 days to come up with recommendations for colleges to prevent and respond to those attacks. It will also hold schools accountable if they fail to confront the problem.
In Washington, Rich Johnson, FOX News Radio.