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Republicans abandoned Jewish students. The media blamed the Democrats.

… Here’s what actually happened: Last week, the House voted on a new bill that proposed opening a new avenue of redress for students facing discrimination on public campuses. The bill sought to expand the existing legal options provided under Title VI of the Civil Rights Act for students who face direct discrimination on account of their race/ethnicity, color or national origin. What current law does not provide is an avenue for “disparate impact” discrimination claims — when seemingly neutral rules result in adverse outcomes for students with protected status. The new bill, the Equity and Inclusion Enforcement Act, sought to allow private disparate impact litigation, giving students more options to fight discrimination on campus.

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