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2015 May 13 - 12:00 am

Legislation Considered Despite Backlash in Indiana, Arkansas

Religious groups seeking to protect student chapters’ ability to limit membership argue that the bill they’re pursuing this year sets a clearer legal standard and prevents lawsuits. Critics contend schools wouldn’t be allowed to withhold taxpayer-financed support even if groups discriminate based on race or national origin.

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