The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Wednesday rejected a new attempt by the Christian Legal Society to challenge the rules of the Hastings College of Law of the University of California requiring student organizations to abide by the institution's anti-bias rules. The U.S. Supreme Court this year upheld the right of the university to enforce its rules, but left open the possibility of a legal challenge if the law school were found to be treating the Christian Legal Society in a different way than other groups. (The society bars gay people and others who do not share its religious views --- and that violates the Hastings rules). The appeals court found no evidence or argument had been made that Hastings is using a pretext to deny recognition to the Christian Legal Society.
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