University of Iowa officials must pay out of own pockets for discriminating against InterVarsity Christian Fellowship [UniversityOfIowa #ChristianStudentGroup #InterVarsityChristianFellowship]

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University of Iowa officials must pay out of own pockets for discriminating against InterVarsity Christian Fellowship [UniversityOfIowa #ChristianStudentGroup #InterVarsityChristianFellowship]

Judge Stephanie M. Rose of the U.S. District Court for Southern District of Iowa ruled University of Iowa officials must pay out of their own pockets for discriminating against prominent Christian student group, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship [UniversityOfIowa #ChristianStudentGroup #InterVarsityChristianFellowship]

[September 30, 2019]

A federal court ruled University of Iowa officials must pay out of their own pockets for discriminating against a prominent Christian student group, calling the university’s conduct “ludicrous” and “incredibly baffling”.

Judge Stephanie M. Rose of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Iowa ruled that the University of Iowa and its officers violated constitutional law when they kicked InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, and other religious groups, off the campus in June 2018 for requiring leaders to uphold Christian beliefs — but giving a pass to secular student groups that also have leadership requirements.

University officials held ‘personally liable’ for discrimination against Christian student group:
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