Ball State University agreed to fund a pro-life student group and paid $12,000 in legal fees after the pro-life student group pointed out that it was being excluded from official club status due to religious discrimination.
The University of Iowa revoked the official status of a Christian student club, the Business Leaders in Christ, after it declined to promote an openly gay member to its leadership. The student group said it…
A federal judge actually found that forcing a religious institution, in this case a Christian college, to do something against their tradition is illegal.
For openers, they must pay the Young Americans for Liberty chapter at Berkeley and the Alliance Defense Fund $8,250.
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has agreed to expand the time for free speech beyond the lunch hour due to a lawsuit by the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), who were represented by the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF).
A graduating nursing student was told not to include any Christian references in a speech by Colorado Mesa University, which was later reversed after Alliance Defending Freedom sent them a letter informing the university of the unconstitutionality of their speech instructions.
A pro-life student group won a lawsuit against Miami University of Ohio over mandatory “trigger warnings” for its cross display, which illustrated how many lives were lost due to abortion.
Conservative students at Lone Star College, supported by the legal efforts of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), are suing the college for revoking their club status over posting a video of their debate on abortion.
For one thing, it tells what a group is.
A Navy veteran might find he ran into less red tape defending his country in the service than he will passing out copies of the U. S. Constitution at Bunker Hill Community College.