Preventing Sex Between Teachers And Students

In the wake of a decision by the district attorney not to bring charges against two teachers who had sex with a high school student, some people wonder whether the state's laws are strong enough. At least two legislators have proposed changes to toughen laws against student-teacher sex. Is it necessary? And will the changes protect students? Or will they encroach on the rights of consenting adults?
Terri Miller, President, Stop Educator Sexual Abuse, Misconduct and Exploitation
Assemblyman Jason Frierson, District 8
Assemblywoman Marilyn Dondero Loop, District 5
Amanda Fulkerson, spokeswoman, Clark County School District

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