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In my last column, I brought attention to a recent Supreme Court decision in which the court upheld the University of California's Hastings College of Law’s decision to refuse to recognize officially a Christian Legal Society (CLS) chapter because CLS requires its members to adhere to a statement of faith.
CLS’s policy was said to be discriminatory against those in the college community who believed differently. I pointed out what I considered to be flaws in that argument last time, so I won’t revisit that again today.
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