College sued for scheme to control student messages

Ball State University in Indiana has been sued over a scheme to collect money from students and dole it out to groups that advocate a message the school espouses.

Such as Feminists for Action and the Secular Student Alliance.

But not the pro-life Students for Life.

The discrimination has triggered a lawsuit by the Alliance Defending Freedom on behalf of the student group and several individuals, Julia Weis, Renee Harding and Nora Hopf.

Defendants are Rick Hall, E. Renae Conley, Thomas Bracken, Matt Momper, R. Wayne Estopinal, Brian Gallagher, Jean Ann Harcourt, Mike McDaniel and Marlene Jacocks, members of the trustees and multiple administrators.

School officials said they would not comment [READ MORE HERE]

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