Religious school must recognize LGBTQ rights club after Supreme Court ruling

Posted on AllSides September 14th, 2022
From The Center
Alex Cochran, Deseret News

Five days after Justice Sonia Sotomayor intervened in a case to protect a Jewish school, the full Supreme Court has decided to let a lower court ruling against the school stand.

Yeshiva University, an Orthodox Jewish institution in New York City, must now officially recognize the YU Pride Alliance, at least in the short term. The school has repeatedly said that such recognition violates its religious freedom rights.

“Yeshiva, in consultation with its senior rabbis, concluded that the club would be inconsistent with the religious environment it seeks to maintain...

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