Religious discrimination vs homosexual discrimination case to be heard in the Supreme Court

This article introduces the Supreme Court’s recent agreement to hear a case concerning the Hasting College of Law and a member of a Christian legal group. This group discriminates against homosexuals as leaders in the group, therefore the law school does not wish to rent out their facilities as meeting grounds for the discriminatory group. On the other hand, the group member claims that the law school is discriminating against their freedom of religion. This will be interesting to see the verdict. Religous vs. homosexual discrimination… the battle continues!

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