People who report allegations of sexual misconduct at Georgia’s 29 public colleges and universities could have their attorneys involved in the process and so... Board OKs sexual misconduct investigation process

People who report allegations of sexual misconduct at Georgia’s 29 public colleges and universities could have their attorneys involved in the process and so could the alleged perpetrators, under rules approved Wednesday by the university system’s governing board.

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