Wayne State cracked down on InterVarsity because it required leaders to be adherents of the faith
By Sam Dorman
A federal judge has ruled that Wayne State University violated the First Amendment in refusing to officially recognize the Christian group InterVarsity because it required its leaders to be adherents of the faith.
In a summary judgment Monday, Judge Robert H. Cleland granted InterVarsity its request for a permanent injunction. The Michigan school had notified InterVarsity that its leadership requirements violated the school’s anti-discrimination policy.
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