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In the fall of 2003, two law students at Ohio State University's main campus complained to the administration that the campus chapter of the Christian Legal Society, a student group, was violating the institution's nondiscrimination rules.
Those rules stated that all officially recognized student organizations -- which are eligible to use meeting rooms and receive university funds -- could not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, and a number of other factors. Recognized student groups each had to sign a form promising to respect those requirements... Download file "5"
Schools: University of California