The student government at Tufts University is considering whether to strip a campus Christian group of its official standing for requiring its leadership to adhere to “the basic biblical truths of Christianity,” saying the restriction is discriminatory. The issue has sparked outrage among religious groups and First Amendment advocates, but supporters say religious liberty does not give the student group the right to exclude, citing a 2010 Supreme Court decision.
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