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Liberty University amongst the 25 faith-based schools named in LGBTQ discrimination case against Department of Education

Liberty University is among 25 faith-based schools named in a class-action lawsuit filed March 29 against the U.S. Department of Education, with claims of unlawful discrimination against LGBTQ students.

The suit, filed in U.S District Court in Eugene, Ore., by the nonprofit Religious Exemption Accountability Project, says the religious exemption these schools are given that allows them to maintain discriminatory policies while receiving federal funding is unconstitutional.

Other schools named include high-profile institutions such as Fuller Theological Seminary, Brigham Young University, Liberty University, Moody Bible Institute and Seattle Pacific University.




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