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Hastings Law is at the center over a controversy pitting Christians against anti-discrimation statues on college campuses nationwide.
The CLS originally brought suit because Hastings refused to officially recognize the organization as a student group -- which would entitle the group to school funds.
Hastings based its decision on the school's anti-discrimination policy, and objected to a clause in the group's "Statement of Faith."
In that document, voting members must agree to "not engage in sexual conduct outside of a marriage between a man and a woman."
To be fair, that would also exclude unmarried heterosexual Christians who like a little nookie to relax after an all-night cram session.
The lawsuit was dismissed in San Francisco Federal Court, but the Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal.
The CLS, which has chapters nationwide, won a similar case at Southern Illinois University in 2007.
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