No Surprise That State Lawmakers Don't Buy Baylor's Sexual-assault Defense

We wanted to move quickly.That's Baylor University's feeble excuse for not requesting a written report into the campus' sexual assault scandal.The school contends that Pepper Hamilton lawyers needed six more months to craft such a document. So instead the Board of Regents released only the law firm's recommendations and a Baylor-produced document of generalized conclusions.Almost a year later, questions only boil higher, most recently during a hearing before the state Senate's Higher Education Committee.And just think, in the time since regents heard the findings, Pepper Hamilton could have completed that written report of fact-based evidence almost twice over.  Continue reading...

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