Today On the Square , Hadley Arkes gives us the breakdown of yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez , confirming the very concerns he foreshadowed in his June/July FT article, ” Vast Dangers in a Small Place .”

And at the Religion Clause blog, you’ll find the breakdown of different advocacy-group responses to the case:



Citizens Link suggests that the decision may have limited impact because few if any other schools have an “all-comers” rule for student groups. Most have a rule that bars discrimination on specified grounds, such as race, religion, gender and sexual orientation. The majority avoided passing on the constitutionality of this sort of rule. The  Chronicle of Higher Education also reviews reactions to the decision.

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