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Lawsuit: University bills pro-lifers for pro-abortion speakers


Lawsuit: University bills pro-lifers for pro-abortion speakers
WND.com

For example, ADF said, the university funds “pro-abortion and other favored views with almost $300,000 in mandatory fees charged of Mr. Apodaca and all students, but denied Students for Life $500 in funding to host a visiting speaker on ‘Abortion and Human

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