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Senate passes bill aimed at curbing military sexual assault

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The Senate unanimously passed legislation Monday evening designed to curb sexual assault in the military, including ending the longstanding "good soldier" defense used to raise doubts that a crime has been committed. The bill, which passed 97-0 in a rare show of bipartisan unanimity, also would allow alleged victims more input in whether their case is tried in military or civilian courts, among...

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