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The Title IX Commission closed yesterday with modest proposals for the education secretary (watch NRO for more on it today) . The wrestling coaches, who still have a lawsuit pending, and didn’t get everything they would have hoped for are happy to have some progress—things like use of interest surveys (which feminists tend to be opposed to: sometimes girls don’t know they are interested in sports, so won’t tell you they are). So, we see this in the press this morning: “We are encouraged by the broad-based consensus that there should be a change,” said Mike Moyer, executive director of the National Wrestling Coaches Association, which filed a suit last year challenging federal enforcement of Title IX. “We’re confident there will be a more fair and reasonable interpretation of the law, one that protects women without hurting men.”


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