On Twitter Spaces Monday 2-13-23 8pm
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Can't speak on the call, but using the Sexual Harassment consent law piqued my interest. Is it possible the states' Hazing laws can be another avenue. My son at THE public Ohio University was investigated by the University for hazing based on an anonymous report that was proven to be a disgruntled ex-girlfriend. All of the students involved felt the needed to hire lawyers. The sheriff would not press charges as there was no crime, the fraternity was lifted off of suspension, but the University held onto their charges against the students. My son's lawyer finally told them to drop it or he would charge the university with hazing. Could hazing laws be used on the universities for coercing or hazing the students to take the shots? The students who were already enrolled prior to the mandates may be more likely candidates as some universities/colleges state that requirements will not change once they are enrolled. (the " requirement" conversation I had was based on class and hour requirement, but could maybe be expanded)
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