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By Michael P. Tremoglie at MensNewsDaily.com
In September 2002, Washington University School of Law‘s, Student Bar Association (SBA), voted against recognizing the Law Students Pro-Life organization (LSPL). In a September 9, 2002 letter of rejection to LSPL, the SBA said the problem with the group was "the narrowness of your group's interests and goals." The SBA "felt that the organization was not touching on all possible Pro Life issues, " because it did not have an anti-death penalty" position in its constitution... Download file "Ideology is the Issue on Campus not Equality"