Supreme Court hears case allowing gays to hold Christian club offices

The Supreme Court judges heard arguments Monday regarding whether to allow gays to join university-recognized clubs, according to Towleroad.
The Supreme Court heard arguments for allowing gays to join the Christian Legal Society. (Courtesy of Towleroad)

The Supreme Court judges heard arguments Monday regarding whether to allow gays to join university-recognized clubs, according to Towleroad.

The University of California’s Hastings College of the Law’s Christian Legal Society representatives say allowing gays to join violates the organization’s beliefs, the article reports.

Since the policy by the Christian Legal Society goes against that of the school, the Supreme Court will decide whether such restrictions on membership violate freedom of speech, among other things.

For the original Towleroad article, click here.

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