People walk on the campus at Palomar College in San Marcos, California August 22, 2014. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi)
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Californian lawmakers passed a law Thursday requiring universities to adopt "affirmative consent" language in their definitions of consensual sex, part of a nationwide drive to curb sexual assault on U.S. campuses.The measure, passed unanimously by the California State Senate, has been called the "yes-means-yes" bill. The bill comes amid mounting pressure nationwide by lawmakers, activists and students on universities and colleges to curb sexual assaults on campuses and to reform investigations after allegations are made.No college or university voiced opposition to the bill, Conlon said.
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