CASERatio Christi at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs v. Sharkey

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University of Colorado, Colorado Springs refused to grant Ratio Christi, a Christian apologetics organization, registered status because the group requires students who lead it to share its religious beliefs. As a result, the university had denied it registered status, limiting its access to funding, meeting and event space, and administrative support.
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ADF attorneys representing Ratio Christi secure settlement restoring students’ free speech, association

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Settlement agreement May 14 2019
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Complaint Nov 14 2018

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