As some hail bill to counter military sexual assault, others decry ‘missed opportunity’

From PBS NewsHour.

Late Tuesday night, the U.S. House of Representative passed its version of the National Defense Authorization Act. The bill, which still needs Senate approval, includes a number of changes to how the military deals with its long-standing problem of sexual assault. But some members of Congress say the reforms don’t go far enough and could even exacerbate the problem. Amna Nawaz reports.

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