Wednesday, June 28, 2006


Judge Refuses to Dismiss UC Religous Discrimination Suit

Sean Nealon of The Press-Enterprise reports: "A federal judge said Tuesday he was not inclined to dismiss a lawsuit filed by six students at Calvary Chapel Christian School in Murrieta alleging religious discrimination by the University of California."

"The lawsuit alleges violations of free speech and religious rights in UC's decision not to certify some classes from the school for the university's admission requirements. Three classes in question -- two literature courses and an English course -- cover the needed material but add a Biblical view, an attorney for the school said."


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