New Bill Would Force Colleges to Publicize Religious Exemptions
May 3, 2016
A Democratic legislator from Massachusetts has introduced a bill that would make it mandatory for colleges and universities to publicize their religious exemptions.
Congresswoman Katherine Clark, who introduced the bill, says colleges and universities should be able to exercise their faith, but that faith should not be an excuse for discrimination.
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