From the Columbus, Ohio, Dispatch:

Student-government leaders want Ohio State University to change the student government charter to permit University of Michigan students to join OSU student leadership.... “It’s the general feeling among most students that Ohio State should not tolerate discrimination of any kind,” said Micah Kamrass, president of the Undergraduate Student Government.
Well, not exactly; I made some of that up. Here’s what the article really said:
Student-government leaders want Ohio State University to stop allowing campus religious groups to ban gay people, non-Christians or others who don’t share their values.... “It’s the general feeling among most students that Ohio State should not tolerate discrimination of any kind,” said Micah Kamrass, president of the Undergraduate Student Government.

[From OSU to reconsider continuing to let student religious groups ban gays, nonbelievers | The Columbus Dispatch]

Is there any difference in the logic of these two scenarios?

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