SB 1146 would amend current California laws on postsecondary education to make two main changes.
The first is limiting the religious exemption from the Equity in Higher Education Act to educational institutions that are controlled by a religious organization specifically to train ministers. Seminaries would still be allowed to retain the exemption, but most Christian colleges and universities in California would no longer qualify.
The second stipulation is that it would require postsecondary educational institutions that receive the exemption to post a notice of it in a “prominent place” on campus, on their websites, on all brochures, and so on.
An amendment removed the language that would have allowed students who were “denied equal rights or opportunities on the basis of gender identity, gender expression, or sexual orientation” to sue the schools for monetary damages.
Friday, August 5, 2016
The FAQs: California Bill Threatens Freedom of Religious Colleges
Now that gay marriage is politicized it is the new morality. And you evil Christians? You are IMMORAL!