MCASA in the News: Md. Colleges, Universities to get help improving sexual assault response

June 25 2015 - Press Releases
"Maryland colleges and universities are about to get some expert help in confronting campus sexual assault.  The Maryland Coalition Against

MCASA in the News: April Recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month

April 22 2015 - Press Releases
And though April is now more than half over, advocates remain hopeful this is an issue that will continue to

MCASA In the News: Lawmaker fights to close MD loophole allowing rapists to seek custody of child conceived during attack

April 14 2015 - Press Releases
ABC7 reported on the Rape Survivor Family Protection Act, which would have enabled rape survivors who choose to raise children

MCASA In The News: Fallout from Failed Rolling Stone Article Continues

April 07 2015 - Press Releases
MCASA was featured in WTOP's report on the recent analysis of Rolling Stone's retracted article about a gang rape at

MCASA in the News: Technology aids ‘peeping Toms,’ makes trauma worse for victims

March 30 2015 - Press Releases
The Baltimore Sun reports on the role of technology in recent incidents of voyeurism. As tiny, hidden cameras have become

State senate votes 44-2 to pass bill protecting interns from harassment

March 15 2015 - Press Releases
On Friday, March 13, 2015, the state Senate voted to pass an intern protection bill by a vote of 44-2,  leaving only

Legislative Alert for SB78 The Rape Survivor Family Protection Act

March 10 2015 - Press Releases
PLEASE CALL: Urge a favorable report on SB78, The Rape Survivor Family Protection Act. It's time to bring the bill

MCASA in the News: Are Rape Victims Getting Bills from Maryland Hospitals?

November 17 2014 - Press Releases
WUSA9 By: Debra Alfarone November 13, 2014 Click here for the full story.

MCASA in the News: For Some Sex Assault Victims, Ordeal Carries Price Tag

November 13 2014 - Press Releases
CBS News By: Kris Van Cleave November 12, 2014 Click here to read the full article.

MCASA in the News: Thousands of Names Being Removed From Maryland Sex Offender Registry

November 06 2014 - Press Releases
ABC7 (WJLA) By: Joce Sterman November 2, 2014 Click here to read the full story.

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