"Fair outcomes are impossible without fair procedures," he said. "When the government sprang its 2011 letter on colleges and students without warning, it made it impossible for campuses to serve the needs of victims while also respecting the rights of the accused. With the end of this destructive policy, we finally have the opportunity to get it right."
"The trend we're seeing is increasing normalcy of the idea of using violence or threats of violence to try to silence a speaker, coupled with universities unwillingness to take steps necessary to speak as planned," he said. "When you put those two things together, you have a very bad environment for free speech on campus."