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Topic - Michael Turner
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But she and Rep. Michael Turner, Ohio Republican and co-chairman of the Sexual Assault Prevention Caucus, say Ms. Gillibrand's proposal goes too far and that the changes already made last year should be given a chance to work.
"She seriously misrepresents the circumstances of the Defense Department, because she ignores the legislation that was passed," Mr. Turner told The Washington Times. "I think at this point, it's certainly not an issue of sexual assault, it's just an issue of the senator wanting to promote her solution that has already lost. I think she's getting a whole lot of attention for a debate that's over."