This week’s TAE Online column deals with a lawsuit brought by the Christian Legal Society chapter at UC-Hastings. At issue, as in so many other cases, is whether the organization must follow the school’s nondiscrimination policy in order to be a recognized student group. The district judge in San Francisco said yes. Fortunately, he won’t have the last word.
Here’s the CLS resource page on this case.
Update #2: Thomas Berg responds to Rob V. that the Hastings CLS opinion takes Rumsfeld much further than the Justices intended.