Friday, October 3, 2014

Cuomo Sex Assault Announcement: First Time Governor Ever Attended SUNY Board Meeting

An estatic McCall greats Cuomo's plan. Photo: Gov's Office
 SUNY board chairman H. Carl McCall said that Thursday's visit by Gov. Andrew Cuomo was "the first SUNY trustee meeting ever attended by a governor," the Brooklyn Eagle reports.

Cuomo appeared at the hastily-called meeting to announce a new policy at SUNY colleges dealing with sexual assault and harassment.

The five-point plan includes the concept that rape and assault victims are allowed to call the cops and not depend on the colleges to investigate.

McCall and other trustees praised the governor for his plan, which voluntarily complied with mandates from the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights.

Cuomo's appearance at this non-scheduled meeting had nothing to do with the gubernatorial campaign.

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