A state university demands that student organizations not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation. A student organization - the Christian Legal Society - excludes homosexuals from eligibility to hold executive positions. The university de-recognized the organization, which means the members of the organization will be denied access to school facilities and other limited public fora. The student organization claims that excluding homosexuals from holding executive positions is not only demanded by its members sincerely held religious beliefs, but also, is expressive association.
Is the state's policy constitutional? Here's information on pending itigation.