Not long ago, a passing familiarity with Bible verses, a flair for rhetoric, and hunger for a following could be enough to land someone in a small-tow...
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A religious organization is not entitled to government subsidies when its beliefs are inconsistent with basic antidiscrimination principles.
It seems that the Court views the First Amendment rights of citizens as inviolable, unless those citizens are students, in which case those rights can be diminished whenever there's a political agenda.
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